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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A man who died in a single-vehicle rollover Monday morning was identified Tuesday by the Clark County Coroner’s office.
Bruce Kam, 48, of Las Vegas, crashed in the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 95, near Jones Boulevard, about 8:30 a.m. and was thrown from his vehicle.
Kam was taken to University Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.
A 34-year-old Redmond man was struck and killed by a semi-truck on Sunday while crossing U.S. 97 in Redmond, according to the Oregon State Police.
Paul David Donlan walked onto a stretch of the highway just north of Southeast Veterans Way around 9:14 p.m., police said. A southbound semi-truck driven by 37-year-old Jason M. Johnson of Moxee, Wash. swerved but struck the man with one of its trailers, police said.
Alcohol was likely a contributing factor in a Monday morning crash in which 24-year-old Erin Fast allegedly hit Robert Kahl, 40, with her car at the intersection of Northeast Revere Avenue and Division Street, according to a news release from Bend Police Lt. Nick Parker.
Fast, a Bend resident, was driving eastbound on Northeast Revere Avenue when her car hit Kahl, who was riding a bike. Kahl, also a Bend resident, was transported to St. Charles Bend, where he remains in critical condition.
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.
OSP responded to the accident about 1:15 .m. Monday. When officers arrived at the scene, the found that Ashton, 68, had been driving along the highway in a 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche near Kendall Estates Lane when the truck went off the pavement and hit several trees.
First responders found that Ashton was dead at the scene, even though he was using his seatbelt and the Avalanche’s airbags had deployed.
A 31-year-old Bend man was seriously injured Tuesday when his pickup truck crossed the centerline of US 97 near La Pine and collided with a commercial truck.
William Good was taken by ambulance to St. Charles Medical Center in Bend with serious injuries, the Oregon State Police said.
The driver of the commercial truck, 34-year-old Juan Razo-Noriega was not hurt.
The crash closed the highway for 3.5 hours, officials said.