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News Release
Fatal Crash - HWY 211 - Clackamas County - 07/08/24

Clackamas County, Ore. 6 July 24- On Saturday, July 6, 2024, at 11:30 a.m., Oregon State Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy-211, near milepost 18, in Clackamas County.

The preliminary investigation indicated a southbound Nissan Pathfinder, operated by William Ballew (46) of McMinnville, left it's lane of travel for unknown reasons and struck a northbound Ford F350, operated by Tony Luttrell (40) of Molalla, head-on.

The operator of the Nissan (Ballew) was transported by life-flight to an area hospital where they were declared deceased.

The operator of the Ford (T. Luttrell) was transported by life-flight to an area hospital in critical condition. Two passengers in the Ford, Sabrina Luttrell (48) and a female juvenile (13), were transported to an area hospital with minor injuries. A third passenger in the Ford, Laura Hein (27), was reportedly uninjured.

The highway was impacted for approximately 5 hours during the on-scene investigation. 

OSP was assisted by Molalla Fire, Colton Fire, Molalla Police Department, and ODOT.

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