According to the Oregon State Police, a collision involving two vehicles on Tuesday (April 18) on United States Highway 30 resulted in the de@ths of two ladies from the Portland region. The Oregon State Police claim they responded to the accident at 1:15 p.m. near milepost 76 in Clatsop County, 15 miles east of Astoria.
Claudia Bell, 22, of Oregon City, was driving a Kia Rio sedan westbound when she lost control of the vehicle due to bad weather while trying to make a turn, according to the findings of the investigation conducted by the police.
The car veered to the side and into the eastbound lane, where it was hit on the passenger side by a Kenworth log truck driven by Dominic Rizzo, 22, from Astoria. Rizzo was from Astoria, and he was heading eastward.
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According to the authorities, Bell and her passenger, Monelle Lumapas, 19, of Portland, were discovered de@d at the accident site. Rizzo was transported to the hospital, but it was ruled that he had suffered no injuries after further examination. According to the officials, Rizzo gave the investigators his complete cooperation.
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