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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

NWA/DL Capt. Steven M. Allen

~ IN MEMORY ~
NWA/DL Capt. Steven M. Allen
February 7, 1951 ~ December 3, 2016
 
We have received news that retired Northwest/Delta pilot Captain Steven M. Allen, age 65, has passed due to a tragic vehicle accident that occurred last Saturday evening.  I believe Captain Allen joined Northwest Airlines 05-11-1981 and was Seattle based. 
Arrangements are not yet known.....we will forward more news as it is we received.
For those wishing to send personal condolences, whitepages lists the family contact as
225  173rd Place NE , Bellevue WA 98008-4103  ..........  (425) 502-7445
            Thank you,
                ~ Carol for the PCN  
 
Man dies in vehicle wreck on SR 104  ......   Fatality accident 12-3-16
The driver died at the scene when the 2016 Subaru he was operating crossed the centerline and hit several trees on the evening of Dec. 3 on State Route 104 in Jefferson County. The wreck occurred at about milepost 5.4, between Sandy Shore Road and the Center Road overpass. Photo courtesy Washington State Patrol
A man died in a single-vehicle accident Saturday, Dec. 3 on State Route 104 in Jefferson County.
 
According to the Washington State Patrol, Steven M. Allen, 65, of Bellevue, Washington, was driving a 2016 silver, four-door Subaru Forester eastbound (toward the Hood Canal Bridge) on SR 104. At about 9:54 p.m., the vehicle veered to the left across the two-lane highway's westbound lane, left the roadway and went into a ditch, struck several trees, coming to rest in the ditch along the westbound lane.
 
The wreck occurred at about milepost 5.4, between Sandy Shore Road and the Center Road overpass.
 
The driver was ejected from the vehicle. He was not wearing a seatbelt, according to the Washington State Patrol.
 
Units from Quilcene Fire Rescue and Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue responded. According to Chief Brad Martin of Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue, his first medical unit to arrive found the patient on the roadway, unconscious and in cardiac arrest. Ludlow medics took spinal precautions with the man and moved him out of the rain and into the back of an ambulance, Martin told the Leader.
 
Allen was later pronounced deceased at the scene.
 
The highway's westbound lane was closed to necessitate patient care, responder safety and apparatus placement, the chief noted. Responders also conducted a search of the woods, including the use of a thermal image camera, and found no other vehicle occupants.
 
Trooper Russ Winger, District 8 public information officer, said the preliminary investigation, which includes a lack of skid marks, indicates the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. Autopsy results are needed to rule out medical or other influences, he noted.
 
"There is nothing to show that the driver was aware that he was going off the road," Winger said Dec. 6.
 
The vehicle was judged to be totaled and was impounded pending the investigation................................................
 
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From: William Day   Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2016 7:41 PM   Subject:  NWA pilot Steven M. Allen was killed in an auto accident
 
With profound regret I inform you that NWA pilot Steven M. Allen, age 65, died December 3, 2016, after an auto accident. He died of head trauma before they could get him to a hospital.......................... long time Seattle based pilot. There are early, indefinite plans for a celebration of life service; details will be forwarded when finalized.  

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