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Road Conditions | Road Cameras | Seven day weather forecast (Feb-01-2007 20:21)

Driver and Passenger of Car Identified in Fatal School Bus Crash

The driver is identified as 25-year old Justin J. Gandy of Lyons. Police say his driving privileges were suspended at the time of the crash.

(LYONS) - image of vehicle involved in crash Police investigators say two men died Thursday morning after losing control of their car and crashing into a school bus on Highway 226 south of Lyons. The bus driver and two small children were not injured.

Around 11:30 AM Thursday, a northbound 1989 Nissan Sentra four-door lost control while negotiating a shaded, icy curve.

Read Full Article (Jan-28-2007 22:36)

OSP Investigating Corvallis Man`s Death

According to witnesses, vehicles of interest are a white SUV, possibly a GMC Yukon, and a maroon van with tinted windows, similar to a Chevrolet Astro Van.

(CORVALLIS) - death investigation Oregon State Police are asking for the public's help related to an investigation into the death of a Corvallis man killed Saturday night when he was struck by a vehicle while on Highway 34 just east of Corvallis.

At approximately 9:30 PM, witnesses reportedly saw a man laying in the left eastbound lane of Highway 34 near milepost 1.

The male was struck by at least one vehicle and was deceased at the scene.

Read Full Article (Jan-23-2007 15:10)

UPDATE: Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Crash: Five Seriously Injured

Waverly Drive is anticipated to be closed for several hours while the collision is investigated.

(ALBANY) - crash investigation A two minute pursuit began Tuesday afternoon when an Albany Police Officer attempted to stop a brown 1995 BMW near Santiam Highway and Columbus Street in Albany.

The officer says the driver refused to stop and led him on a two minute pursuit which ended in a traffic collision on Waverly Drive south of Grand Prairie Road.

The BMW collided with a 1995 Ford Mustang occupied by a lone driver.

Read Full Article (Jan-21-2007 18:44)

Turner Man Critically Injured After SUV Hits Power Pole

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

(SALEM) - Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 7300 block of Battle Creek Road SE early Sunday morning on a report of a single car motor vehicle crash.

The driver, 28-year-old Sean Michael Richardson of Turner, was operating his 2002 Chevy SUV south bound on Battle Creek Road.

The accident occurred at approximately 1:18 AM when he lost control of the vehicle in a curve and went off the roadway colliding with a power pole.

Read Full Article (Jan-20-2007 13:25)

Two Young Girls Seriously Injured in Saturday Morning Crash

Oregon State Police troopers from the Portland Area Command office are continuing the investigation.

(CANBY) - crash investigation Two children were injured Saturday morning after the van they were riding in lost control on an icy stretch of Highway 170 about two miles south of Canby and collided with a pickup.

Oregon State Police spokesman Lt. Gregg Hastings says at approximately 8:55 AM, a 2000 Dodge Caravan driven by 39-year-old Gina Lannin, from Canby, was eastbound on Highway 170 near milepost 12.

While negotiating a slight left-hand curve, Lannin lost control on an icy section of two lane highway and slid broadside into the westbound lane.

The passenger side of the van was struck by the front of a westbound 2004 Ford F350 pickup towing a horse trailer.

Read Full Article (Jan-20-2007 10:34)

Woodburn Man Killed Along I-5 Friday Night

Alcohol is being investigated as a possible contributing factor on the victim's part.

(AURORA) - fatal crash investigation A Woodburn-area man died Friday evening after he and his car were struck by another vehicle northbound on Interstate 5 about one mile south of the Donald/Aurora interchange.

Initial investigation indicates the victim was standing next to the driver's door of his stopped car in the inside northbound lane at the time of the crash.

For an unknown reason the Nissan did not have any lights on as it was stopped in the inside northbound lane.

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Five Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash in West Salem

Polk County Sheriff's Deputies were investigating the accident.

(WEST SALEM) - Crash scene Salem 11507 Five people were injured Monday when four cars collided on Highway 22 at Doaks Ferry Road NW in West Salem. Salem Fire crews had to extricate a patient who was critically injured from the wreckage.

The collision happened at 7:49 PM. Of the five people injured, three were in non-serious condition, one male who was in serious condition and another male who was critical.

Read Full Article (Jan-15-2007 17:54)

2-Vehicle Crash Sends Three to Oregon Health Sciences University

All three victims transported were from the same vehicle.

(SALEM) - A two-vehicle crash in Salem sent three people to Oregon Health Sciences Hospital in a life flight helicopter Saturday.

Sgt Jeff Wheeler with the Marion County Sheriff's Office says the 2:53 PM crash happened in the 9400 block of Enchanted Way SE in Salem.

The three injured people, 23-year old Sara J. Wood, 18-month old Brayson Wood, and four-year old Ethan Wood, were transported to Salem Hospital and then life flighted to OSHU.

Read Full Article (Jan-15-2007 12:38)

Crash Blocks Traffic for Hours on Oregon SR 213

The 3:34 AM crash is under investigation by OSP.

(OREGON CITY) - car accident A two-car head on crash sent two people to the hospital early Monday morning. The accident happened on State Route 213 near Milepost 6, about half a mile south of LeLand Road.

Investigators with Oregon State Police say that around 3:34 AM a Ford Ranger pick up collided with a Honda Accord sedan.

The driver of the Honda Accord was 47-year old Jon McGrath from West Linn. He was taken by Life Flight helicopter to the Oregon Health Sciences University trauma center and is in serious condition.

Read Full Article (Jan-13-2007 13:31)

Patch of Ice Leads to Fatal Wreck

Drivers need to slow down as winter temperatures remain at or below freezing.

(SHERIDAN) - Photo of crash scene on Highway 18 Investigators say a patch of ice led to a fatal crash on Highway 18 Friday evening about three miles east of Sheridan. The 6:40 PM crash involved two vehicles and claimed the life of a 21-year old St. Paul woman.

Oregon State Police troopers say it appears that a westbound 2005 Honda Accord lost control on a patch of ice and slid into the path of an eastbound 1988 Ford pickup truck.

The operator of the Honda, 21-year old Rebecca A. Morrow of St. Paul was pronounced dead at the scene.

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