A Brinnon, Wash., self-storage owner was killed and his wife was injured in a one-car crash at about 5:46 a.m. PST Sunday near the town of Hamma Hamma.
Stanley Johnston, 66, owned and operated Brinnon Mini Storage as part of his Johnston Realty portfolio. His other holdings included Jefferson County Escrow, Olympic Drilling and Brinnon General Contracting.
Johnston was a passenger in the vehicle while his wife, Candis, was driving, Washington State Patrol told the source. His wife was in serious condition at the time of the report at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, a nursing supervisor told the source.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation. No charges or citations have been filed.
Brinnon Mini Storage is located at 40 Brinnon Lane in the center of Brinnon, which is a 70-mile drive from Seattle, across Puget Sound from the Seattle metropolitan area.