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Two pinned in cars with serious injuries NE Portland crash

A car accident can turn a good day into a terrible day in an instant. Two people were pinned in their cards and sustained serious injuries in a multi-vehicle crash that occurred early in the morning in Northeast Portland earlier this month.Police and emergency fire crews responded to a report of the crash that occurred at Northeast 82nd Avenue and Killingsworth Street just after 6 a.m. According to police reports, a Jeep Grand Cherokee was making a U-turn when it was hit by a Mitsubishi sedan and then by a Toyota pickup truck. Both of the vehicles that hit the Jeep were traveling eastbound on Killingsworth.

Semi-truck collides with motorcycle in fatal Portland crash

Many Portland area residents like to take advantage of the nice weather and scenery by taking to the roads on their bicycles or motorcycles. Unfortunately, we know that these pleasant outings sometimes take a sudden turn for the worst. Being involved in a bicycle or motorcycle accident can change your life, or even end it, in an instant.

Car accident takes life on Black Friday

Nobody ever expects to be involved in an accident, but when car accidents occur during the holidays, the consequences seem even more tragic. A Portland family is mourning the loss of a young woman after a multi-vehicle crash. The car accident occurred early in the morning on Black Friday. Portland police responded to a crash involving a tractor-tractor on Northeast Columbia Boulevard in Portland at approximately 7 a.m. A semi-truck was reportedly travelling eastbound on the road when it collided with a gray sport utility vehicle traveling northbound on 47th Avenue. Upon impact, the SUV rolled over onto its top. The driver of the semi-truck lost control of the vehicle, crashed into a third car, and then overturned. The crash left the road closed in both directions for approximately eight hours.

Pedestrian accident leaves elderly Portland man seriously injured

A recent bus accident in Portland sent an elderly man to an area hospital. No charges have been filed yet in connection with the incident, but the bus driver in the pedestrian accident has been placed on paid administrative leave.Reportedly, the accident happened at about 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 near the intersection of Southwest Capitol Highway and Sunset Boulevard. The 85-year-old man had boarded the bus and asked the driver where the bus was heading. He then exited the bus to evidently grab some belongings, but the driver purportedly mistook this to mean the man was getting off to wait for another bus.

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