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Oregon car accident leaves teen driver and his passenger hurt

A young Oregon driver is facing several criminal charges and traffic citations after a car accident on Highway 26 recently. The nineteen year-old driver is said to have caused injuries to himself and his passenger as he travelled through a highway work zone near Government Camp. No one working in the work zone was involved in the injury car accident.

Oregon car accident takes life of a motorcyclist

A multi-vehicle crash on an Oregon roadway led to the death of one man recently. The car accident happened when a driver reportedly lost control of the van that she was driving. The woman is accused of losing control because she was using her cellphone moments before the fatal crash.

Tragic Oregon car accident ends life of young woman

An Oregon man is accused of leaving the scene of an accident after a late night crash along a Portland area roadway. The man is said to have walked away from a car accident that ended in the death of another person in the vehicle. The crash victim died at Oregon Health Sciences University after being taken there for medical treatment.

Popcorn could be a dangerous product for Oregon residents

Like people all across the country, many in Oregon like to eat popcorn as a treat or snack. Now, one popcorn snack is the subject of a dangerous product recall. In fact, the popcorn branded Popcorn, Indiana, came in many different flavors, many of which are subject to the recall. If consumed, the popcorn could cause some in our state to become ill.

Workers' compensation costs increase in Oregon

Workers' compensation is intended to help Oregon workers who have been injured or even killed on the job and their families. Now, reports indicate that increasing medical costs for those workers may be one of the reasons that the cost of workers' compensation insurance is rising in our state. In fact, the costs for these important benefits have risen over the past two years after years of decline. Now, employers in our state will expect to pay an average of $1.52 per $100 in payroll next year, according to reports.

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