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News Release
Sutherland vehicle
Sutherland vehicle
Terrebonne Crash sends two local men to hospital (Photo) - 06/13/18






Released by:          Sergeant Shawn Heierman 541-388-6655


Location:               NW 19th St./ NW Odem Ave--Terrebonne


Vehicle 1:                1996 White Toyota Tacoma pickup


Vehicle 2:                2002 Silver Lexus 300 sedan


Driver 1:                  Richard Alan Sutherland Jr.    Age: 48



Driver 2:                  Dylan Dae Taylor                    Age: 23



Citations:                none at this time



On Wednesday June 13, 2018 at around 15:45 hours, a head on motor vehicle crash involving 2 vehicles was reported to Deschutes County 911 that had just occurred at the intersection of NW 19th St. and Odem Ave in Terrebonne.

Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to find a white 1996 Toyota Tacoma pickup driven by 48 year old Richard Sutherland Jr. of Redmond had been stuck on the front driver's side of his pickup by a silver 2002 Lexus 300 sedan driven by 23 year old Dylan Taylor also of Redmond.

Sutherland was treated on scene by Terrebonne District Fire Department medics and then transported to St. Charles Hospital in Bend with non-life threatening injuries. Taylor was taken to St. Charles Hospital in Redmond by a family member. Both drivers were reported to have been wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.

On scene investigation showed Sutherland who was stopped at the NW 19th St. stop sign, pulled out into the intersection in front of Taylor's vehicle which was eastbound on NW Odem Ave, causing Taylor's car to crash into the driver's side of Sutherland's pickup.

No citations have been issued at this time, however the investigation is ongoing. Alcohol is not believed to have been contributing factor in this crash




Attached Media Files: Sutherland vehicle
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