Car accident highway 101

Car accident highway 101 DEFAULT

MONTECITO, Calif. - Six cars were involved in back-to-back collisions on Highway in Montecito Sunday morning partly due to the rising sun.

California Highway Patrol said the first crash happened at a.m. on the southbound side south of Sheffield Drive in a construction zone.

They said a gray Honda Pilot was traveling in the #1 lane at an unknown speed when it slowed suddenly. A gray Honda Accent was driving behind it at 65 miles per hour and was not able to stop in time, rear-ending the Pilot.

Shortly after, a second similar crash occurred in the same area involving four vehicles.

CHP said the details of the second crash are still under investigation, however, the majority of drivers in both crashes said the low, glaring sun was a factor.

After the crashes, both lanes of the highway were blocked. Crews said they were able to push the cars into one lane so that traffic could pass through the #2 lane. The #2 lane was open for access at a.m.

Around a.m., while crews were still waiting for tow trucks to clear the six cars, officers said they spotted a man driving in the #2 lane who was looking down at his phone rather than at the road.

The man was stopped by CHP who immediately noticed he showed symptoms of being impaired. The year-old man from Nicaragua was ultimately arrested at the scene for driving under the influence.

CHP Officer Shannan Sams said it is important to pay close attention to the roadway when you are going through a crash scene because there are a lot of trucks, pedestrians and first responders in the area.

Both lanes of the freeway were fully cleared by about 10 a.m.

CHP said three drivers suffered minor injuries from the pileup, but none were transported to the hospital.

Officer Sams said you should always keep a safe distance away from the vehicle in front of you and watch your speeds on the freeway. If the sun is low, make sure you have sunglasses or a sun visor to help you see the roadway.

Alcohol and drugs were deemed not to have been involved in the six-car pileup.

This pileup happened while many drivers were on their way to Sunday's Montecito Motor Classic. Some attendees reported being late to the event due to traffic.

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Fatal Crash on Hwy E-Lane County- 10/12/21

On Monday, October 11th, at approximately PM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two-vehicle crash that was blocking Highway E near Leaburg at milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed that a Toyota 4-Runner, operated by Nathan Lee Langan (29) of Harrisburg, was traveling westbound and crossed into the oncoming lane striking an eastbound Ford F Pickup, operated by Richard Edwin Andrews (42) of Blue River. 

Langan sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Andrews sustained minor injuries. 

Highway E was closed for approximately 3 hours. 

OSP was assisted by Lane County Sheriff's Office, ODOT and Mckenzie Fire.

Fatal Crash on Hwy Linn County- 10/11/21

On Sunday, October 10, at approximately PM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a three-vehicle crash on Highway 34 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a westbound Pontiac G5, operated by Darin Kleiven (54) of Sweet Home, crossed into the oncoming lanes and struck an eastbound Mack semi-truck, operated by JD Hawkins (26) of Lebanon. A Jeep Patriot, operated by Lynea Johnson (29) of Sweet Home, was following the CMV and was struck by debris from the crash. 

Kleiven sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Hawkins and Johnson were uninjured. 

Hwy 34 was closed for approximately 4 hours. Speed and weather conditions are being investigated as contributing factors to the crash. 

OSP was assisted by Lebanon Fire Department, Lebanon Police Department and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy E-Lake County- 10/08/21

On Thursday, October 7th, , the Oregon State Police and Lake County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a disabled vehicle near on Highway E near milepost Upon arrival, it was determined that the vehicle was involved in a rollover crash.

Preliminary investigation revealed an eastbound Ford Taurus, operated by Joshua Harrer (27) of Orovada, Nevada, for unknown reasons went off the roadway and rolled. 

Harrer sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.

OSP was assisted by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and the Oregon Department of Transportation.

Elk- Douglas County

Elk- Douglas County

OSP Fish & Wildlife asking for public assistance in a 5-point Elk left to waste- Douglas County (Photo)- 10/07/21

On October 5, , OSP Fish and Wildlife Troopers out of the Roseburg Office were notified that a 5-point bull elk was left to waste on a BLM road between Turkey Creek and Upper Cow Creek Road in South Douglas County just east of Interstate-5 and Canyon Mountain. 

A preliminary investigation has revealed that the animal was shot once through the back on a gravel roadway. The vehicle of interest has large mud terrain-type tires and left the area after shooting the elk, leaving it to waste.

Any person with information related to this incident is encouraged to call the OSP TIP (Turn-In-Poachers) Reward line at or by cell at *OSP (*) or send an email tip to [email protected]  Reference case #SP

 

 

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators**

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity:

TIP Hotline: or *OSP () TIP E-Mail: [email protected] 

The Oregon Hunters Association TIP reward offers preference points or cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, Furbearers, Game Fish and Shellfish. Cash rewards can also be awarded for turning in people who destroy habitat, illegally obtain licenses/tags, and for the unlawful lending/borrowing of big game tags.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar 

 

Cash Rewards:

* $1, Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 

* $ Elk, Deer and Antelope 

* $ Bear, Cougar and Wolf 

* $ Habitat Destruction

* $ Illegally Obtaining License/Tag(s)

* $ Unlawful Lend/Borrow Big Game Tags(s) 

* $ Upland Birds and Waterfowl 

* $ Furbearers 

* $ Game Fish and Shellfish

Attached Media Files:Elk- Douglas County

Fatal Crash on Hwy Polk County- 10/06/21

On October 5, at approximately PM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a motor vehicle collision involving a bicyclist on Hwy 51 near milepost 4.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a southbound bicyclist, Frank Koch (80) of Independence, was struck from behind by a southbound Toyota Prius, operated by Krystal Kamback, (33) of Independence. 

Koch sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Kamback was uninjured, remained at the scene and is cooperating with law enforcement.

Hwy 51 was closed for approximately 3 hours. 

OSP was assisted by Polk County Fire and Medics, Polk County Sheriff’s Office and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Lane County- 10/06/21

On Wednesday, October 6, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy 58 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed an eastbound Honda Civic, operated by Ellen Fiske (52) of Florence, crossed over into the oncoming lane and struck a Peterbilt commercial motor vehicle, operated by Travis Murphy (48) of Klamath Falls. 

Fiske sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Murphy was not injured. 

Hwy 58 was closed for approximately 2 hours and lanes were restricted for an additional 5 hours. 

OSP was assisted by Lowell Fire Department and ODOT. 

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Update- OSP Seeking Assistance for Missing Person- Douglas County (Photo)- 10/05/21

Update

Thanks to the public’s assistance, OSP received information Marco CURRIN might be at the location in Roseburg. OSP went the location to hand out flyers and found him. Marco CURRIN was found safe and sound.

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The Oregon State Police (OSP) Roseburg Area Command is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person.

On September 28, , OSP Troopers responded to an abandoned green Nissan Altima on Interstate 5 near the on-ramp.  Troopers found that the Nissan was a hazard and towed the vehicle. 

On September 30, , it was learned that the owner of the vehicle, Marco CURRIN (51) from Olympia, Washington, was reported as a missing person.  Family from Newport Beach, California reported him missing to local authorities.  OSP personnel contacted Newport Beach Police Department to let them know that CURRIN’s vehicle had been towed. 

At this time, OSP, is assisting Newport Beach Police Department in locating CURRIN. 

CURRIN is described being about 5’7” tall and weighing between lbs.  He has reddish gray hair and wears a pair of round eye glasses. 

OSP is requesting anyone that has information or has seen CURRIN to call or *OSP with information.  Callers may refer to the OSP Case Number SP when calling with information. 

Photos of CURRIN provided by family. 



 

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Officer Involved Shooting Investigation-Clackamas County- 10/05/21

On October 4, , at approximately a.m., Molalla Police Department officers responded to a medical assistance call at the residence of Brian Mills, located on the Block of W. Main St. Molalla, OR. After arriving on scene officers contacted Mr. Mills, who began arming himself. Officer’s attempts to negotiate and de-escalate Mr. Mills were unsuccessful. Mr. Mills began shooting at civilians and officers. 

A civilian received minor injuries as a result of gunfire and was treated and released from the hospital on October 4, Officers were able to evacuate all occupants from the area and no additional injuries were reported. 

One Molalla Police officer returned fire during the incident.  Mr. Mills was eventually taken into custody without further incident. Mr. Mills was lodged at Clackamas County Jail on charges of Attempted Aggravated Murder, Attempted Assault first degree, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, and Recklessly Endangering.

The Molalla Police officer was placed on administrative leave pursuant to Clackamas County Senate Bill Protocols. No officers were injured in this incident and the officer’s identity will be released at a later date. 

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OSP requests seeking public assistance on poaching incident- Wallowa County (Photo)- 10/05/21

On September 25, , the Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Troopers were notified by a local citizen that a 3x3 whitetail buck deer was poached along School Flat Rd near the intersection with School Flat Ln within the Sled Springs Wildlife Management Unit sometime prior to A.M. The whitetail buck was shot with a large caliber firearm on private property, approximately 30 yards from the road and the entire deer was left to waste. There were no rifle deer seasons open during this timeframe.

Any person with information related to this incident is encouraged to call the OSP TIP (Turn In Poachers) Reward line at or by cell at *OSP (*) or send an email tip to [email protected]  Reference case #SP

 

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators**

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity:

TIP Hotline: or *OSP () TIP E-Mail: [email protected] 

The Oregon Hunters Association TIP reward offers preference points or cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, Furbearers, Game Fish and Shellfish. Cash rewards can also be awarded for turning in people who destroy habitat, illegally obtain licenses/tags, and for the unlawful lending/borrowing of big game tags.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar 

Cash Rewards:

* $1, Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 

* $ Elk, Deer and Antelope 

* $ Bear, Cougar and Wolf 

* $ Habitat Destruction

* $ Illegally Obtaining License/Tag(s)

* $ Unlawful Lend/Borrow Big Game Tags(s) 

* $ Upland Birds and Waterfowl 

* $ Furbearers 

* $ Game Fish and Shellfish

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Fatal Crash on Interstate 5-Douglas County- 10/05/21

On Monday, October 4, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Interstate 5 near milepost

Preliminary investigation revealed a southbound Ford F, operated by Thomas Kelly (74) of Canyonville, left the roadway for an unknown reason, struck the embankment and rolled. 

Kelly sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. 

OSP was assisted by ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Malheur County- 10/04/21

On Saturday, October 2, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 20 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed Hyundai Sonata, operated by Scott Barr Jr. (33) of Houston, Texas, was westbound when left the roadway, rolled and struck a tree. 

Barr sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. 

OSP was assisted by Vale Ambulance, Ontario Fire Department and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy 7-Baker County- 10/04/21

On Friday, October 1, at approximately PM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a motor vehicle crash involving two motorcycles on Hwy 7 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a Honda VTX, operated by David Anderson IV (35) of Gig Harbor, Washington and an Indian Roadster, operated by David Anderson III (65) of Gig Harbor, Washington were northbound and both failed to negotiate a curve and left the roadway. Witnesses confirmed the motorcycles did not strike each other. 

Anderson IV sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Anderson III was transported via Life Flight to the hospital. 

OSP was assisted by Baker County Fire Department, Baker County Sheriff’s Department, Life Flight and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Umatilla County- 09/30/21

On September 30, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Highway 11 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a northbound Cadillac Deville, operated by Victor Santana-Torres (23) of Milton-Freewater, drifted into the oncoming lane and struck a Transit Van, operated by Bradley Varvell (55) of Walla Walla, Washington. 

Santana-Torres sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Varvell was transported to Providence St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Washington with serious injuries. 

Highway 11 southbound traffic was closed for approximately 4 hours. Driver fatigue is being investigated as a contributing factor in the crash.

OSP was assisted by Milton-Freewater Police Department, Milton-Freewater Rural Fire Department and ODOT. 

Derek Martell's camper

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Oregon State Police is seeking public assistance with information regarding an injured person- Sherman County (Photo)- 09/27/21

On September 25, , at approximately A.M., OSP  received a call for a welfare check of a subject lying face down in the gravel in front of his silver Ford F crew cab pulling his Keystone Cougar travel trailer.  OSP Troopers found a truck and trailer matching that description on I exit westbound parked at the bottom of the off-ramp.  

OSP Troopers made contact with the driver, who was now behind the wheel of the truck and unresponsive. The driver was identified as Derek Martell (38). Derek Martell had severe head trauma and was life-flighted to an area hospital for treatment.   Derek Martell was returning home to Veneta, Oregon from an Elk hunting trip in Eastern Oregon with friends. Photos are of Derek Martell, his truck, and his camper. 

OSP Troopers found out that Derek spoke to his wife at A.M. and there were no reported issues. The call was received 28 minutes later. Troopers located Derek at P.M. and requested EMS at P.M.

OSP is requesting anyone who might have been traveling from Arlington to Rufus during that time of day or anyone with information regarding the incident to contact Oregon State Police Dispatch at or *OSP from your mobile reference case #: SP

Attached Media Files:Derek Martell's camper , Derek Martell's truck , Derek Martell

Update- Fatal Motorcycle crash on Hwy Lane County- 09/27/21

Update- Deceased name Karl Rudolph Klassen (60) of Springfield, Oregon. 

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On September 25, , at about P.M., Oregon State Police Trooper and emergency personnel responded to the report of a crash involving two motorcycles on Hwy E near milepost 13, east of Mackenzie Bridge.

The preliminary investigation revealed that a blue BMW K11 motorcycle, operated by Karl Rudolph Klassen (60) of Springfield, Oregon was traveling eastbound on E and entered into the oncoming lane of travel, possibly to pass other motorists. A second motorcycle, a maroon Harley-Davison, operated by Michael Brad Siegel (68) of Tucson, Arizona was making a left-hand turn onto a forest service road when it was T-boned by the blue BMW. Life-saving measures were taken by medical personnel that happen to be in the area, but Klassen suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  Siegel was life-flighted to the Riverbend Hospital in Springfield with serious injuries. Siegel was interviewed at the hospital later that night and confirmed what the evidence at the scene had shown. He is in the ICU but expected to survive.   

Fatal Crash on Interstate 5-Marion County- 09/26/21

On September 25, at approximately PM, Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a multi-vehicle crash on northbound Interstate 5 near milepost

Preliminary investigation revealed a Freightliner CMV operated by Long Kim Phan (57) of Portland, was traveling northbound when the CMV rear-ended a Subaru wagon operated by Caitlin Dutterer (37) of Salem, who was slowing for heavy traffic ahead. The initial collision caused a chain reaction crash involving a Ford pickup, operated by Ricardo Guzman-Garcia (39) of Bend, a Honda CRV operated by Anissa Teslow (36) of Philomath, a Cadillac XTS SUV operated by James Tier (74) of Redmond and a Chevrolet Suburban towing a boat operated by Carl Parker (53) of Dallas. 

A passenger in the Subaru wagon, Andrew Dutterer (43) of Salem, sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. The other involved operators along with multiple passengers were transported to local area hospitals with minor injuries. 

Interstate 5 northbound was closed for approximately hours. 

OSP was assisted by Woodburn Fire and Ambulance, Marion County Fire and Medics and ODOT.

Fatal Crash on Highway Malheur County- 09/24/21

On September 23, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Highway 20 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a westbound Hyundai Santa Fe, operated by John Lawrence (51) of Bend, traveled off the westbound shoulder of the roadway and struck a tree. 

Lawrence sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.

Hwy 20 was partially closed for 3 hours. 

OSP was assisted by ODOT

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OSP Troopers initiates a High-Risk traffic stop after Road Rage incident- Lane County (Photo)- 09/24/21

On September 23, , at approximately P.M., members of the Oregon State Police Springfield Area Command received a menacing complaint on I-5, near milepost  Troopers were advised that two vehicles were involved in a road rage incident and one of the motorists pointed a firearm at the victim vehicle during the incident.  Troopers were able to stop the vehicle on I-5 NB near milepost , where a high-risk stop was initiated.   The subject was taken into custody without incident.

The driver was identified as Roger Dale Brown Jr. (39) from Gresham, Oregon. 
The driver was found to be a convicted felon.  During a search of the vehicle, Troopers located four more weapons, two 45cal semi-auto pistols, a cal SCAR Assault rifle, and a pistol style AK47 with a round drum.  All weapons were loaded with bullets in the chambers and a heavy ballistic vest with rifle-rated plates in it.  There was also a seizure of approximately $60,  The suspect was ultimately arrested and transported to Lane County Jail where he was lodged for Menacing, Unlawful Use of a Firearm, Felon in Possession of a Firearm (X5), Felon in Possession of Body Armor, and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.

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OSP is seeking public assistance with a shooting investigation- Curry County (Photo)- 09/23/21

On September 19, , at approximately P.M, a motorcyclist was shot by an occupant of a passing vehicle.  The shooting occurred on Highway near milepost south of Langlois, Oregon.  Both the motorcycle and suspect vehicle were traveling southbound.  The suspect vehicle is a black four-door hatchback, possibly a Volkswagen.  The attached photos are of the actual suspect vehicle.  

The suspect vehicle had at least two occupants, a male, and a female, both estimated to be in their 20’s or 30’s.  The male suspect is described as tall and thin with short dark hair and a dark complexion.  The female suspect is described as white with short hair with pink or purple highlights.

OSP is requesting anyone with information regarding this shooting or any information regarding the suspect vehicle to contact the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at or *OSP and refer to Case #: SP

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Fatal Crash on Interstate Baker County- 09/23/21

On September 23, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a Commercial Motor Vehicle crash on Interstate 84 near milepost

Preliminary investigation revealed a Freightliner CMV pulling a set of double trailers, operated by William Frakes (49) of Nampa, ID was westbound when it left the roadway and overturned. 

Frakes sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.

One lane of I westbound is still currently closed. 

OSP was assisted by Baker County Sheriff’s Department and ODOT.

Update***OSP Requesting Assistance with Fatal Hit and run Crash-Jackson County- 09/22/21

Oregon State Police is requesting public assistance with this case.  OSP is releasing a video of three vehicles that were in the area near the time of a fatal hit and run crash that killed bicyclist Geoffry Sterling (44) of Ashland. The Oregon State Police would like to speak to the occupants of the first 3 vehicles seen in this video as they may have information related to the crash. https://bit.ly/3nYYC3e 

•           Silver/light-colored Truck seen at P.M.

•           White SUV seen at P.M.

•           White Sedan seen at P.M.

The video was obtained from the intersection of E Rapp Road and Hwy 99, approximately miles to the south of the crash site of Hwy 99 and West Valley View Road in Talent, Oregon. 

Anyone with information may contact the Oregon State Police-Southern Command Center at or *OSP from your mobile and refer to Case #: SP

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On Sunday, September 19, , at approximately PM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a vehicle vs bicyclist on Highway 99 near West Valley View Road in Talent. 

Preliminary investigation revealed that a driver of a vehicle struck a bicycle, being ridden by Geoffry Sterling (44) of Ashland. The involved vehicle did not stay at the scene. 

Sterling sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. 

Northbound traffic on Highway 99 was closed for approximately 3 hours.

OSP was assisted on scene by Jackson County Fire, Talent PD, Phoenix PD, and ODOT. 

OSP is requesting anyone with information regarding the crash or any information regarding the suspect vehicle to contact the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at or *OSP and refer to Case #: SP

OSP was assisted on scene by Jackson County Fire, Talent PD, Phoenix PD, and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Lane County- 09/22/21

On Tuesday, September 21, at approximately PM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy 36 near milepost

Preliminary investigation revealed a Polaris ATV, operated by Robert Nelson (88) of Junction City was crossing Hwy 36 and was struck by a Honda Motorcycle, operated by Jesse Hayworth (34) of Springfield. 

Hayworth sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. Nelson and his passenger, Marjorie Nelson (87) were transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend with injuries. 

Hwy 36 was closed for approximately 3 hours. 

OSP was assisted by Junction City Police Department, Junction City Fire and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Clackamas County- 09/21/21

On Monday, September 20, at approximately PM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy near milepost 5. 

Preliminary investigation revealed a Ford Focus, operated by an unidentified female, was eastbound when it crossed into the westbound lane and struck a Dodge Ram , operated by Cameron Ellet (19) of Boring. 

The unidentified operator of the Ford Focus sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.  Ellet was wearing a seatbelt and sustained minor injuries. 

Hwy was closed for approximately hours.

OSP was assisted by Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, AMR and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Marion County- 09/20/21

On Monday, September 20, at approximately AM, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single motor vehicle crash on Hwy near milepost 1. 

Preliminary investigation revealed a Nissan Frontier, operated by Michelle Duclos (58) of Jefferson, was northbound when it left the roadway and struck a cement bridge abutment. 

Duclos sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.

Hwy was closed for approximately hours. 

OSP was assisted by Jefferson Fire Department and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy W-Lane County- 09/20/21

On Monday, September 20, at approximately AM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a four-vehicle crash on Hwy W near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a Kenworth log truck, operated by Shane McVay (64) of Eugene, was eastbound when the loaded trailer tipped over. The trailer struck a westbound Toyota Prius, operated by Sarah Susman (25) of Springfield and a Dodge Ram towing a boat, operated by Randall Tokich (70) of Eugene. The Dodge Ram then struck an eastbound Ford Mustang, operated by Jordyn Tippett (20) of Coquille.

Susman sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. McVay and Tippett were transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend with injuries. Tokich had minor injuries. 

Hwy W is still currently closed. 

OSP was assisted by Lane County Sheriff’s Office and ODOT. 

Poached Bull Elk- Douglas County

Poached Bull Elk- Douglas County

OSP Fish & Wildlife cite poacher for unlawful take of a Bull Elk- Douglas County (Photo)- 09/20/21

On September 2, , Sr. Trooper Baimbridge responded to a report of a dead bull elk in the Block of Mehl Creek Road, Elkton, Oregon.  The bull had the head removed and the meat removed.  The elk had been shot by a rifle during the bow season.  The investigation revealed that Jase Billman (20) shot the bull from the roadway with a caliber rifle then enlisted the help of 3 friends and family to pack it out.  Jase was issued a citation for Unlawful Take of Bull Elk and his rifle was seized along with the antlers and meat from the bull. The meat was able to be salvaged. Two other individuals were issued citations for Aiding in a Wildlife Offense.

** Report Wildlife and Habitat Law Violators**

How to Report a Wildlife and/or Habitat Law Violation or Suspicious Activity:

TIP Hotline: or *OSP () TIP E-Mail: [email protected] 

The Oregon Hunters Association TIP reward offers preference points or cash rewards for information leading to an arrest or issuance of a citation for the unlawful take/possession or waste of Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Cougar, Wolf, Upland Birds, Waterfowl, Furbearers, Game Fish and Shellfish. Cash rewards can also be awarded for turning in people who destroy habitat, illegally obtain licenses/tags, and for the unlawful lending/borrowing of big game tags.

Preference Point Rewards:

* 5 Points-Bighorn Sheep

* 5 Points-Rocky Mountain Goat

* 5 Points-Moose

* 5 Points-Wolf

* 4 Points-Elk

* 4 Points-Deer

* 4 Points-Antelope

* 4 Points-Bear

* 4 Points-Cougar

 

Cash Rewards:

* $1, Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Goat and Moose 

* $ Elk, Deer and Antelope 

* $ Bear, Cougar and Wolf 

* $ Habitat Destruction

* $ Illegally Obtaining License/Tag(s)

* $ Unlawful Lend/Borrow Big Game Tags(s) 

* $ Upland Birds and Waterfowl 

* $ Furbearers 

* $ Game Fish and Shellfish

 

Attached Media Files:Poached Bull Elk- Douglas County

Fatal Crash on Interstate Umatilla County- 09/17/21

On Thursday, September 16, at approximately pm, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 84 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed a Volkswagen Jetta, operated by Jate Frost (20) of Randlett, UT, was traveling eastbound when it rear-ended a commercial motor vehicle, operated by Ediberto Ramirez Carrillo (31) of Hermiston.

Frost sustained serious injuries and was flown via Life Flight to Kadlec Medical Center in Richland, WA. The right front passenger in the Jetta, Richard Schleicher (24) of Stockton, OK, sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased. The rear seat passenger in the Jetta, Jesse Hopper (21) of Magnum, OK sustained serious injuries and was transported to OHSU in Portland.  Ramirez Carrillo was not injured. 

All three occupants of the Jetta were contestants at the Pendleton Roundup. The CMV was fully loaded with potatoes. 

OSP was assisted by Echo Fire Department, Umatilla County Fire District #1, Umatilla County Sheriff’s Department, Stanfield Police Department and ODOT. 

Fatal Crash on Hwy Clatsop County- 09/17/21

On Friday September 17, at about am, Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a two-vehicle crash on Hwy 26 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed that a black Ford Explorer, operated by Leah Brown(30) of Garibaldi, was travelling westbound on Hwy 26 when for unknown reasons the Explorer crossed the centerline and struck an eastbound Volvo, Albertson's Semi truck, operated by Joseph Danmyer (33) of Estacada. 

BROWN suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene. DANMYER was not injured. 

Hwy 26 was closed for 4 hours following the crash.

 OSP was assisted by Hamlet Fire Department, Seaside Fire Department, and ODOT.

Fatal Crash on Hwy 7-Baker County- 09/14/21

On Monday, September 14, at approximately PM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 7 near milepost  

Preliminary investigation revealed that a KTM , operated by Lawrence Drake (78) of Ashland, was southbound on Hwy 7 when it failed to negotiate a curve and left the roadway before crashing. 

Drake sustained fatal injures and was pronounced deceased. 

OSP was assisted by Baker Fire Department, Powder River Rural Fire Department, Life Flight and ODOT. 

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Four people killed in Hwy crashes Wednesday identified

The names of four people who were killed in two separate crashes on Highway near Goleta early Wednesday morning have been released.

The first crash happened shortly after 2 a.m. along northbound Highway at Winchester Canyon Rd.

According to the California Highway Patrol, a year-old man, now identified as Cameron Martinez of Solvang, crashed after colliding with another vehicle and died at the scene. The other driver reportedly left the area.

The second crash happened just before a.m. in the southbound lanes north of Dos Pueblos Canyon Road.

The California Highway Patrol says Natalia Stallworth, 28, of Santa Barbara was driving northbound in the southbound lanes and struck another vehicle head-on. Both vehicles were completely burned.

Stallworth was killed, along with the two people in the other car, identified as Daniel Garcia, 25, and Eryka Lopez, 23, both of Santa Maria.

CHP investigators are reportedly looking into whether drugs and/or alcohol were involved in either crash.

Highway was closed in both directions for several hours on Wednesday.

Sours: https://www.ksby.com/news/local-news/four-people-killed-in-hwycrashes-wednesday-identified

Hwy reopens following fatal wrong-way crash

UPDATE ( a.m.) - All lanes of Highway are open in both directions, the California Highway Patrol announced.
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UPDATE ( a.m.) - CHP is reporting all lanes of Southbound Highway are open. One northbound lane is open.

CHP says the crash on Highway in Goleta was caused by a wrong-way driver.

A car heading southbound in the fast lane collided with another vehicle heading northbound in the southbound lanes, according to CHP.

The vehicles caught fire and all three people involved died.

CHP was reporting due to the damage from the fire, investigators were having a difficult time identifying at least one of the vehicles.

Highway remains closed following another crash there Wednesday morning.
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UPDATE: Caltrans reports one northbound lane in the Goleta area has reopened. The southbound lanes remain closed.
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UPDATE: Caltrans has estimated that Highway in Santa Barbara County will fully reopen by noon on Wednesday.

A fatal early-morning crash closed the highway in both directions. Northbound closures were at Winchester Canyon Rd. and southbound closures were at Dos Pueblos Rd.

Traffic was being detoured to Hwy and Hwy

Caltrans says the northbound lanes may open later Wednesday morning. The southbound lanes are expected to reopen around 12 p.m.

Sours: https://www.ksby.com/news/local-news/caltrans-says-hwyin-santa-barbara-county-should-reopen-by-noon

101 highway car accident

A motorcyclist was killed in multi-vehicle crash that was set off by debris blocking a lane on northbound Highway in Mill Valley, the California Highway Patrol said.

Authorities did not release the name of the motorcyclist while they worked to notify immediate family.

The crash was reported at about a.m. Thursday north of the East Blithedale Avenue offramp, CHP Officer Andrew Barclay said. The motorcyclist, who was thrown off the bike, was transported to MarinHealth Medical Center in Greenbrae, where he was pronounced dead.

The incident happened after the debris fell out of the bed of a pickup truck and onto the freeway at the crest of Alto Hill, Barclay said. The driver of the truck continued on.

The driver of a Mercedes SUV slammed on the brakes to avoid running into the debris. The driver of a Jeep behind it attempted to stop and swerved to the right, but could not avoid colliding with the Mercedes, Barclay said.

Investigators are still seeking witnesses to determine how the motorcyclist crashed.

Sours: https://www.marinij.com//09/09/marin-chp-motorcyclist-killed-in-highwaycrash/
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