Accidents Reports In Hillsboro
Accidents Reports In Hillsboro

Accidents Reports In Hillsboro

Sheriff

K-15 and 210th Rd.

At 11:25 p.m. on May 29, a 2008 Toyota Sienna driven by David A. Spencer, 65, of Lincoln, Nebraska, struck a kayak that had fallen from a vehicle that had been transporting it. Deputy Kaylan Miles says only that the kayak wasn’t found until the owner returned to Hillsboro in his report before failing to identify the owner.

Miles assessed the damage to Spencer’s Toyota’s front and undercarriage as being minimal. Nick Spencer, 30, and Lenore Spencer, 89, both of Lincoln, were among the Toyota’s passengers, as was Pat Spencer, 66, of the same Lincoln address as Nick and Lenore.

South of 140th Rd on US-77.

Chelsea L. Potter, 34, of Cedar Point, hit a deer with her 2018 GMC Yukon at 6:31 p.m. on June 2 and the vehicle continued to function.

190th Rd. east of Mustang Rd.

When Wesley J. Shaw, 28, of rural Peabody, Massachusetts, drifted off to sleep at 12:15 a.m. on June 6, his 2012 Ford F-350 hit a utility pole before coming to a halt in a puddle of surface water.

A truck owned by Preheim Ag in rural Peabody was disabled by damage to the right side and undercarriage and towed away from the scene of the accident.

From 210th Rd. north on K-15, take exit 209.Β 

A deer was struck at about 5:10 a.m. Thursday by Lisa M. Harbaugh, 55, of Elmo, who was driving her 2018 Nissan Maxima, which was totaled and hauled away.

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200 block of W. 3rd St.

A 2016 GMC G2500 van owned by Kurtis S. Bauer was dented on its left side and running board when it was parked between 8 p.m. June 7 and 6:45 a.m. June 8 outside his residence in the 200 block of W. 3rd St.

Police said that a hit-and-run vehicle struck the van as it was being backed out of a parking spot across the street from Oakwood Manor condominiums, according to officer David Funk’s report.

NE Portland Driver Dies After Hitting Pole

NE Portland Driver Dies After Hitting Pole
NE Portland Driver Dies After Hitting Pole

A driver died from his injuries at a nearby hospital Thursday morning following a crash that ripped off the lower half of a power pole in Northeast Portland. Officers responded to a complaint of a crash just after 6 a.m. on NE Columbia Boulevard near the Colwood Golf Center. Unoccupied cars and electricity poles were struck by an SUV that had deviated from the route.

The blaze, which was initially reported as a 2-alarm fire but was quickly knocked down, has been declared outright. Portland police stated he was transferred to a local hospital where he subsequently died. The driver’s identity remains a secret.

According to police, the closure of NE Columbia Boulevard between NE Alderwood Road and 82nd Avenue would extend for several hours. Details are currently limited. A team from KOIN 6 News is on its way to the area.

Identities Of Southern Humboldt Crash Victims Released

Β We are discovering more details tonight about that terrible SUV and motorbike collision on highway 101 in Southern Humboldt County earlier this week. In the wake of the crash, the California Highway Patrol has identified the two victims. The driver of the SUV was identified as Andreu Shawne Batholic from Eureka and the motorcyclist as Anne Marie Anderson from Vancouver, Washington.

CHP tells us it’s still an active investigation, and it is not apparent why the SUV driver ran over the centerline into the southbound lanes.

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24-Year-Old Robert T McIntyre, 49, and 2 Others Were Hurt In Crash Involving Justin Bullock (Battle Ground, WA)

A two-vehicle crash in Battle Ground on June 9 that also injured two other persons left Justin Bullock, 24, and Robert T. McIntyre, 49, dead and injured, according to authorities. Eaton Boulevard and Southwest 20th Avenue were the sites of the tragic vehicle accident. When a 2006 Dodge Ram, driven by 49-year-old Robert T McIntyre, failed to stop at a four-way stop sign on Southwest 20th Avenue, Justin Bullock was in the right front seat.

After that, the Dodge crashed into the Volt’s passenger side. Bullock succumbed to his injuries at the site. On arrival, emergency services transported McIntyre and two occupants of the Dodge to the hospital with various injuries. The driver of the Volt was also transferred to a hospital.

Everyone was confident that they would make a full recovery. Officers arrested McIntyre, charging him with driving under the influence while suspended, dangerous driving, and failing to halt at an intersection. In addition to vehicular homicide and vehicular assault, McIntyre faces charges of his own. There are no further specifics provided.

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