Wilsonville Crash Kills Driver Early Sunday Morning, Officials Say

An investigation into a deadly car crash that occurred early on Sunday morning (25 June) in Wilsonville is being conducted by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. A black BMW was reportedly clocked going over 100 mph by deputies on southbound I-5 near Southwest Boeckman Road.

The deputies made an attempt to pull over the fast car, which they described as being “blacked out,” which means that none of its lights were illuminated.

According to the authorities, the BMW left the motorway going westbound on Southwest Wilsonville Road and smashed into a tree approximately a mile away on Southwest Brown Road.

Wilsonville Crash Kills Driver Early Sunday Morning

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As immediately as it started, the car was completely enveloped in flames, and deputies made attempts to put out the fire. According to the deputies, the driver of the BMW, who was the only person in the vehicle, did not survive the crash.

Detectives from the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office will continue their investigation into the cause of the deadly crash as well as the circumstances that surrounded it. There has been no public announcement of the driver’s identity.

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