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Salem-News.com (Nov-01-2010 18:14)

Serious Single Vehicle DUII Crash in Eugene - Springfield Area

A vehicle driven by a Eugene man drifted off the right shoulder, traveled back across the southbound lanes and struck the center concrete barrier where it rolled several times.

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Wrecked GMC Jimmy A Eugene man was seriously injured early Monday morning in a single vehicle rollover crash in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 in the Eugene/Springfield area.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-27-2010 21:15)

Chemeketa Memorial Honors Lost Students

"Our heart breaks for the families of these victims..." - Chemeketa Pres. Cheryl Roberts

(SALEM, Ore.) - Chemeketa College student memorial Chemeketa Community College and Winema High School Programs are mourning a tragic accident which took the lives of 2 high school students and has left the other student in critical condition at Salem Hospital.

Today a special tribute was held to honor the lost students and support those who lost fellow students and friends.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-23-2010 11:45)

Beaverton Man Crashes Honda Into House

(BEAVERTON, Ore.) - Honda crashed into house At 1:46am, Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies received a call from a homeowner who reported that a car had struck the front of their house and caused significant damage. Additionally, they reported that the driver of the vehicle was out of the car and unconscious.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-21-2010 18:00)

Wilsonville DUII Crash Injures Two

(WILSONVILLE, Ore.) - 2006 Nissan 350Z on SW Ellingsen Road near Wilsonville Late Wednesday night an Estacada man was driving his 2006 Nissan 350Z on SW Ellingsen Road near Wilsonville. The Driver, 24-year old Steven Decious, failed to negotiate a curve in the road and rolled his vehicle injuring himself and his passenger.

At 11:25pm on Wednesday, Washington County Deputies were dispatched to SW Ellingsen Road near Wilsonville for a single vehicle crash. Upon arrival, deputies found the 2006 Nissan in a field on the vehicles roof.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-19-2010 10:09)

Off-duty Marion County Deputy Arrested Following Crash

Initial tests indicate that Parson's blood alcohol level was approximately .227

(SALEM, Oregon) - wrecked chevrolet cavalier Police arrested an off-duty Marion County deputy on DUII charges after a crash that left a man trapped in his wrecked vehicle, requiring extrication.

Initial tests indicate that 61-year old Dennis Parson's blood alcohol level was approximately .227; nearly three times the legal blood alcohol limit.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-19-2010 07:58)

Sandy Man Arrested Following Crash Into Power Pole on Highway 26 Near Welches

(WELCHES, Ore.) - single vehicle pickup truck crash A Sandy-area man was arrested Monday on several charges after the pickup he was driving on Highway 26 in the Welches area crashed through a guardrail and struck a power pole causing power lines to drop onto the highway leading to a one hour closure.

According to Oregon State Police (OSP) Trooper Tyler Bechtel, on October 18, 2010 at approximately 4:50 p.m. a 2006 Ford F150 pickup driven by Ronald Lewis Underwood, age 45, from Sandy, was eastbound on Highway 26 near milepost 39 in the right hand lane.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-30-2010 11:51)

Salem ODOT Worker Injured When Car Careens Through Construction Zone

Alcohol consumption by the 17 year old driver appears to be a major contributing factor

(SALEM, Oregon) - Wrecked Honda Accord Shortly after 9:00 PM September 29th, an ODOT worker suffered serious, but not life threatening, injuries when a 1999 Honda Accord driven by a 17 year old male from Salem lost control and drove into a road construction project. The worker, 46 year old Philip Lane of Corvallis, was standing on the side of the roadway on Kuebler Blvd by I-5 when he was struck by the westbound car. After the vehicle struck Lane, it continued until it struck the rear of a street sweeper, causing substantial damage.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-12-2010 23:43)

Bicyclists Spot Crashed Car with Abandoned, Injured Passenger

Alcohol is suspected as a contributing factor of this resulting crash.

(WEST LYNN, Ore.) - Crash in West Linn A group of bicyclists are credited with saving a woman seriously injured in a car crash and then reportedly left trapped in the wreckage, by the driver and another passenger.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-27-2010 02:00)

17 Million Americans Drive Drunk Annually

To warn motorists about the dangers of drunken driving, the US government is spending about $13 million for an advertising campaign to publicize increased enforcement through the upcoming September 6 Labor Day weekend.

(TEHRAN Press TV) - Drunk driving A US government study says nearly 17 million Americans have driven a vehicle while drunk at least once within a year.

According to a 2008 survey conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an estimated eight percent of all drivers, or 17.2 million people had driven a vehicle at least once even though they knew they were drunk.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2010 00:32)

Mothers Against Drunk Driving Downgraded to a `D` Charity Rating Guide

Poor Fundraising Practices and Too Little Focus on Victim Services Earn MADD Low Grade.

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - MADD gets a 'D' rating. The American Institute of Philanthropy’s (AIP) Charity Rating Guide & Watchdog Report has downgraded Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to a “D” rating on a A-F scale in its August 2010 report.

“Under the leadership of CEO Chuck Hurley, MADD further diminished its focus on victim services and educating Americans about the dangers of drunk driving, instead pushing anti-drinking, anti-alcohol public policies,” said American Beverage Institute (ABI) Managing Director Sarah Longwell.

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