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Jun-11-2009 13:10printcomments

Oregon City Woman Dies in Two-Vehicle Crash

This fatal traffic crash investigation remains under investigation by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

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(OREGON CITY) - The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office has completed family notifications and is publicly identifying a driver who died around 5:21 a.m. in a crash on South Redland Road in Oregon City.

Detective Jim Strovink with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says the driver is identified as 25-year old Jacquelyn Diane Price of Oregon City.

Jacquelyn Price died at the scene of the crash and was reported to have been seat-belted while in operation of her automobile, according to investigators. She was driving a light blue 1995 Honda Accord sedan.

A witness told investigators that the vehicle Ms. Price was driving moments before the crash, was traveling eastbound on South Redland Road at a high rate of speed, and narrowly missed colliding with another vehicle towing a trailer.

It is further reported that the vehicle continued eastbound on South Redland road at a high rate of speed and while losing control. The vehicle went into a skid sideways – continuing along the roadway into an oncoming vehicle.

Strovinnk says this oncoming vehicle struck the passenger side of the Jacquelyn Price's vehicle while it was moving sideways along the roadway.

Consequently, upon impact the vehicle was struck on the passenger side of the vehicle and continued to careen over an estimated 8' embankment after impact.

The westbound vehicle involved in this crash is described as a black 2000 Toyota Celica.

The Toyota was driven by 37-year old Lori Ann Turner of Oregon City. Lori Turner was transported from the scene with non-life threatening injuries by American Medical Response, to Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital, in Portland.

This fatal traffic crash investigation remains under investigation by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.




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