Bruce Sirnio, Andrew Deverna, killed, one person injured, taken to hospital, after two car crash on U.S. 20.
Oregon State Police on Saturday released the names of the two drivers killed in a crash on U.S. 20 outside of Sisters on Friday afternoon.
Bruce Sirnio, 61, of Salem, was driving an Acura sport utility vehicle westbound near milepost 86 when he crossed into the eastbound lane for unknown reasons, according to police. He crashed nearly head-on into a Toyota pickup truck driven by Andrew Deverna, 42, of Newberg, authorities said.
A female passenger, 41, of King City, who was in the Toyota was taken to Saint Charles Hospital in Bend with non-life-threatening injuries, officials said.
All three involved in the crash were wearing seatbelts, police said, and both vehicles’ airbags deployed.
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An elderly driver from Colorado was killed and two Hillsboro residents in an SUV were injured in a two-vehicle crash that blocked U.S. Highway 20 near Santiam Pass, west of Sisters for over an hour Monday morning, Oregon State Police reported.
Troopers late Monday identified the woman killed in the crash as 86-year-old Deana May Igoe of Grand Junction, Colorado.
A 64-year-old truck driver died after a crash on Interstate 84 in Hood River. Oregon State Police
Authorities have released the name of the truck driver who died in a crash early Friday morning on Interstate 84 in Hood River.
A Utah Department of Public Safety spokesperson released the name of the victim involved in a fatal car accident on U.S. Highway 6 Friday night.
Gregory D. Leavitt, 34, of Pleasant Grove died in a fiery collision with a semi-truck, after veering into oncoming traffic near Spanish Fork Canyon, according to a press release.
Police have released the name of the driver who died in a two-vehicle crash in Grandville Sunday evening.
Darin Post, 18, died from head trauma after a Ford F-150 and a Volkswagen Beetle collided in the intersection of 44th St. SW and Ivanrest Ave. SW around 7:15 p.m., police said.
Authorities say Post, of the Zeeland area, died of head trauma sustained in the crash.
Oregon State Police released the names of two men killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Douglas County on Sunday.
The accident happened about 11 p.m. along the northbound shoulder of Interstate 5 about eight miles south of Canyonville, killing a roadside assistance mechanic and a passenger in a commercial truck.
Oregon State Police have identified the man who died in a vehicle accident along U.S. 101 Monday afternoon as Bruce Norman Ashton of Lakeside.