Washington State Patrol is still investigating an injury crash in Omak Friday evening involving a car that was parked on U.S. 97 with its lights off.

Troopers say 72-year-old Louis Monnin of Omak was the driver of a car parked facing west in the northbound lane of the highway.

His car was struck by a northbound pickup truck driven by 29-year-old Benjamin Franklin of Omak, who was not injured in the crash.

Louis Monnin was taken to Mid Valley Hospital while her passenger, 42-year-old Jerry Monnin of Okanogan, was taken by helicopter to Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee.

Troopers are investigating why Louis Monnin had parked her car with its lights off on the highway.

There have been no charges filed yet.

The car Louis Monnin was driving, a 1998 Subaru Impreza, rotated clockwise and came to a rest blocking the northbound lane of U.S. 97.

The pickup truck driven by Franklin, a 2011 Toyota Tundra, came to a stop on the southbound shoulder of the highway.

The crash took place just after 7 pm.

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