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News Release
One transported via life flight from single vehicle collision - 04/20/19

On April 20, 2019 at 0905 hours, Sheriff's Office deputies and EMS personnel were dispatched to the 5300 block of NE Lockwood Creek Road, in northern Clark County.  Arriving personnel found that a 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser was westbound on NE Lockwood Creek Road when the vehicle exited the roadway on the right hand shoulder.  The Land Cruiser subsequently rolled while impacting a tree.  The vehicle was occupied by 4 children, ages 2, 8, 10, and 12, in addition to the 36 year old female driver and mother of the children.  The 8 year old child was transported by AMR in critical condition to a Portland hospital. The 36 year old mother was trapped within the vehicle and after an extensive extrication, she was transported to a Portland Hospital via life flight with life threatening injuries. The remaining children were uninjured and released to another parent on scene.  The CCSO Traffic Unit is investigating this collision and its possible causes. 

 

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