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Crash US-26 MP0.5 (Ross Island Bridge)

CLOSED :EB:Right Lane, Shoulder 2VEH 11/27/14 1554

***UPDATE Name Released *** Fatal Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian Crash - 82nd and Causey in PDX (Photo)

***UPDATE NAME RELEASED *** FATAL VEHICLE VS. PEDESTRIAN CRASH - 82ND AND CAUSEY IN PDX (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police - Statewide
Posted on FlashAlert: November 27th, 2014 3:10 PM
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Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into a fatal vehicle versus pedestrian crash on Highway 213 (82nd Avenue) and Causey Avenue involving a TriMet bus.

On November 26, 2014, at approximately 5:52 P.M., OSP troopers were dispatched to investigate a reported vehicle versus pedestrian fatal crash on 82nd Avenue at Causey Avenue. Preliminary investigation indicates that a 2012, Gillig city bus, owned by Tri-County Metro Transit District (TriMet), and driven by JASON A. WILHELM, 46, had just finished servicing a stop at 82nd and Causey Avenue. As the bus prepared to proceed southbound, identified as ELIAS P. FRENCH, 60, approached the bus while pushing a bicycle and began striking the side of it.

When the bus pulled away ELIAS fell to the ground and was run over by the rear wheels. The man was pronounced deceased at the scene. The bus crossed through the intersection and stopped in a safe location just south of Causey Avenue.

The roadway was blocked with a single lane detour for just over 2 hours before being reopened. The Clackamas Reconstruction And Forensics Team (CRAFT), Clackamas Fire Department, Oregon Department of Transportation, Metro Transit Police and TriMet assisted OSP at the scene.

Anyone with information or who witnessed this crash is asked to contact Trooper Bailey at 503-731-3020. No additional releases are expected until the investigation is complete.
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FINAL Disabled Vehicle - Hazard I-5 MP295.04 (Portland, Intersection with SW Capital Highway)

11/27/14 1453

_Disabled Vehicle - Hazard I-5 MP295.04 (Portland, Intersection with SW Capital Highway)

CLOSED : SB:Right Lane, On Ramp 1VEH 11/27/14 1448

FINAL Crash I-5 MP286 (JSO Norwood)

_OPEN: SB:All Lanes CLOSED : SB: Shoulder 11/27/14 1346

Crash I-5 MP286 (JSO Norwood)

CLOSED : SB:Right Lane, Shoulder 11/27/14 1344

FINAL Animal Struck - Hazard US-26 MP57.15 (Glencoe)

_OPEN:WB:All Lanes CLOSED :WB: Shoulder 11/27/14 1234

Animal Struck - Hazard US-26 MP57.15 (Glencoe)

CLOSED :WB:Right Lane, Shoulder 11/27/14 1229

two people deceased after domestic dispute

TWO PEOPLE DECEASED AFTER DOMESTIC DISPUTE


News Release from Sherwood Police Department
Posted on FlashAlert: November 27th, 2014 11:21 AM
On November 27th, 2014 around 00:30 hrs, The Sherwood Police Department responded to the 17900 block of Cereghino Ln. on a reported assault with a weapon.

Initial reports indicated a female had escaped a residence after suffering a gun shot wound. The female sought help at a nearby neighbor's residence.

The Sherwood Police were able to evacuate the injured woman to a waiting ambulance. The female sustained non-life threatening injuries and is recovering at a local hospital.

Officers were advised a male and female were still inside the residence. Officers from multiple jurisdictions responded to assist with containment of the area.

Washington County's Tactical Negotiation Team responded to assist in contacting the subjects at the residence.

After a few hours of failed attempts to contact anyone inside, entrance was made into the residence where the male subject was found deceased.

An adult female was found outside the residence also deceased. Both the male and female appeared to have died from gun shot wounds.

All three individuals knew one another, the male and deceased female were living together at the home.

There is no concern for the safety of the community as a result of this incident.

Names of the individuals are not being released pending death notification of next of kin.

Washington County Major Crimes Team is leading the investigation. Based on the preliminary investigation it appears to be a murder/suicide.

It is believed this incident resulted from a domestic dispute.
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-UPDATE-Sherwood Critical Incident

-UPDATE-SHERWOOD CRITICAL INCIDENT


News Release from Washington Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: November 27th, 2014 7:10 AM
The PIO duties have been turned over to Sherwood Police Dept. Please call Captain Hanlon at 503-925-3651.

Thank you

Bob


I will be handling all of the PIO duties for the Sherwood incident. I am enroute now. I will advise on a staging area soon.

Thank you

Bob
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Sherwood Critical Incident

SHERWOOD CRITICAL INCIDENT


News Release from Washington Co. Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: November 27th, 2014 3:03 AM
I will be handling all of the PIO duties for the Sherwood incident. I am enroute now. I will advise on a staging area soon.

Thank you

Bob
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Red Cross Responds To Grants Pass Fire

RED CROSS RESPONDS TO GRANTS PASS FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: November 26th, 2014 9:44 PM
On 11/26/2014, at 6:40 PM Red Cross Disaster Action Team volunteers responded to a fire in the 500 block of NW Butler in Grants Pass, Oregon.�

This single-family fire affected 3 adults, 3 children and 2 dogs. Red Cross provided food, clothing, shoes, comfort kits and information about disaster mental health and disaster health services.
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OSP F&W Troopers in Bend - Arrest Suspect in Trophy Mule Deer Kill (Photo)

OSP F&W TROOPERS IN BEND - ARREST SUSPECT IN TROPHY MULE DEER KILL (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police - Statewide
Posted on FlashAlert: November 26th, 2014 9:00 PM
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On November 24, 2014, Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife troopers in Central Oregon received information about a trophy class, 205" mule deer, killed the day prior under suspicious circumstances in the Metolius Wildlife Management Unit. Members of the team began an investigation and as the investigation unfolded the hunter who shot the animal was contacted and ultimately provided a full confession to the illegal harvest of the buck deer. The suspect was identified as DANNY DAVIDSON, 54. Mr. Davidson was lodged in the Deschutes County Jail for the illegal take of the buck deer and hunting on the enclosed lands of another.
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***UPDATE *** Fatal Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian Crash - 82nd and Causey in PDX (Photo)

***UPDATE *** FATAL VEHICLE VS. PEDESTRIAN CRASH - 82ND AND CAUSEY IN PDX (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police - Statewide
Posted on FlashAlert: November 26th, 2014 8:46 PM
Downloadable file: IMG_20141126_200710_857.jpg
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into a fatal vehicle versus pedestrian crash on Highway 213 (82nd Avenue) and Causey Avenue involving a TriMet bus.

On November 26, 2014, at approximately 5:52 P.M., OSP troopers were dispatched to investigate a reported vehicle versus pedestrian fatal crash on 82nd Avenue at Causey Avenue. Preliminary investigation indicates that a 2012, Gillig city bus, owned by Tri-County Metro Transit District (TriMet), and driven by JASON A. WILHELM, 46, had just finished servicing a stop at 82nd and Causey Avenue. As the bus prepared to proceed southbound, a 60-year-old male, name withheld pending next of kin notification, approached the bus pushing a bicycle and began striking the side of it.

When the bus pulled away the man fell to the ground and was run over by the rear wheels. The man was pronounced deceased at the scene. The bus crossed through the intersection and stopped in a safe location just south of Causey Avenue. OSP have been interviewing witnesses on the bus and behind it.

The roadway was blocked with a single lane detour for just over 2 hours before being reopened. The Clackamas Reconstruction And Forensics Team (CRAFT), Clackamas Fire Department, Oregon Department of Transportation, Metro Transit Police and TriMet assisted OSP at the scene.

Anyone with information or who witnessed this crash is asked to contact Trooper Bailey at 503-731-3020. No additional releases will be made pending next of kin notification.
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FINAL CRASH OR-213 MP8.6 (Intersection with Causey)

_OPEN: SB:All Lanes BOTH:Cross-Street 11/26/14 2033

UPDT -CRASH OR-213 MP8.6 (2 miles North of Intersection with Clackamas Highway ORE224)

_OPEN: SB:Right Lane NB:All Lanes CLOSED : SB: Left Lane BOTH:Cross-Street 11/26/14 2001

FINAL CORRECTION: Crash OR-224 MP11.7 (1 mile East of Tong Road near Damascus)

11/26/14 1933 EB AND WB WERE REOPENED AT TIME OF LAST PAGE

UPDT - CRASH OR-213 MP8.6 (Intersection with Causey)

CLOSED : SB:All Lanes NB: Left Lane 11/26/14 1925 SB traffic control in place using center turn lane

Crash OR-224 MP11.7 (1 mile East of Tong Road near Damascus)

CLOSED :EB: Lane 1VEH 11/26/14 1852

FINAL Crash I-5 MP306.7 (Portland, Intersection with Victory Blvd)

_OPEN:NB:All Lanes, Median 11/26/14 1848