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FINAL Crash I-84 MP4.26 (Portland, Intersection with 58th Ave)

_OPEN:EB:All Lanes, Shoulder 09/20/14 0244

FINAL Crash I-84 MP4.26 (Portland, Intersection with 58th Ave)

_OPEN:EB:All Lanes, Shoulder 09/20/14 0244

FINAL Crash I-84 MP4.26 (Portland, Intersection with 58th Ave)

_OPEN:EB:All Lanes, Shoulder 09/20/14 0244

Crash I-84 MP4.26 (Portland, Intersection with 58th Ave)

CLOSED :EB:Right Lane, Shoulder 1VEH 09/20/14 0219

FINAL Crash OR-217 MP5 (5 miles South of US 26)

_OPEN: SB:All Lanes 09/19/14 2138

Correction: Crash OR-217 MP5 (5 miles South of US 26)

Not Hazmat spill. Crash. Left Lane Closed. 09/19/14 2131

Hazmat Spill OR-217 MP5 (1 mile north of OR-99W)

CLOSED : SB: Left Lane, Shoulder 3VEH 09/19/14 2052

FINAL Crash I-205 MP15.9 (Intersection with SE Johnson Creek Blvd)

_OPEN: SB: Off Ramp 09/19/14 2029

Crash I-205 MP15.9 (Intersection with SE Johnson Creek Blvd)

CLOSED : SB: Off Ramp 09/19/14 1936

Red Cross opens Shelter for Forest Grove Fire

RED CROSS OPENS SHELTER FOR FOREST GROVE FIRE


News Release from American Red Cross - Cascades Region
Posted on FlashAlert: September 19th, 2014 7:29 PM
The Red Cross was notified of evacuations due to a wildfire outside of Forest Grove, Oregon, near Hagg Lake where people have been evacuated from their homes.

The Red Cross is responding by opening a shelter at Dilley Elementary, located at 4115 SW Dilley Road, Forest Grove, and will continue to assess the situation as it develops.
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FINAL Crash I-5 MP302 (I-405 North Interchange)

_OPEN: SB:All Lanes 09/19/14 1831

FINAL Crash US-26 MP72.17 (Portland, Zoo)

_OPEN:WB:All Lanes, Shoulder 09/19/14 1820

_Disabled Vehicle - Hazard US-26 MP73.53 (Portland, Vista Ridge Tunnel)

CLOSED :WB: Left Lane, Median 1VEH 09/19/14 1808

Forest Grove Fire & Rescue

Forest Grove Fire & Rescue: ALERT: Evacuations orders for the fire burning above Hagg Lake in western Washington County's Coast Range are as follows: Level 3 Evacuation (means GO NOW) has been ordered for all residents off SW Stepien Road. This means all residents off SW Stepien Road have been ordered to leave their homes immediately. Level 1 Evacuation (means get ready) has been ordered for residents in the following areas: SW Plumlee Road, SW Carpenter Creek Road, SW Bear Creek Drive, SW Morel Lane, SW Chanterelle Drive, SW Easterday Road, SW Reeher Place, SW Ihrig Road, SW Jex Lane SW Sylvia Lane, and SW Oppenlander Lane. Level 1 means get ready to evacuate and an order can come at any time Level 2 means get set, it's time to leave Level 3 means GO NOW you must evacuate immediately. At this time a shelter has been requested but has not been established, we will post as soon as we hear more. This is a very dangerous and rapidly evolving situation - please do not come out to Hagg Lake at this time.

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Crash I-5 MP302 (I-405 North Interchange)

CLOSED : SB: Left Lane 2VEH 09/19/14 1734

Update: Name Released - Fatal Traffic Crash - Highway 126W west of Veneta in Lane County (Photo)

UPDATE: NAME RELEASED - FATAL TRAFFIC CRASH - HIGHWAY 126W WEST OF VENETA IN LANE COUNTY (PHOTO)


News Release from Oregon State Police
Posted on FlashAlert: September 19th, 2014 4:55 PM
Downloadable file: 091614.fatal.hwy126w_mp36.1.jpg
Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into Tuesday evening's single vehicle fatal traffic crash that occurred along Highway 126W west of Veneta. OSP worked with the Lane County Medical Examiner and confirmed the victim is identified as LANCE MATTHEW HOSE, age 49, from Eugene.

According to Master Sergeant Lang Hinkle, on September 16, 2014 at approximately 6:00 p.m., a 1995 Honda Accord station wagon containing one person was traveling eastbound on Highway 126W near milepost 36 negotiating a left curve when it went off the side of the highway and struck a tree.

The vehicle caught fire and a passing motorist stopped at the scene. Due to the spreading fire, they weren't able to get the victim out of the vehicle or put the fire out as it spread to several trees and surrounding brush.

Firefighters from Lane Fire Authority and Lane Rural Fire Rescue responded to the scene to extinguish the fire that spread to an estimated 3/4 of an acre area.

OSP troopers from the Springfield and Florence offices, along with Lane County Sheriff's Office, responded to the scene. The cause of the crash is unknown.

The highway was blocked about two hours before one lane was opened to traffic. ODOT assisted at the scene with traffic control.

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Crash US-26 MP72.17 (Portland, Zoo)

CLOSED :WB:Right Lane, Shoulder 3VEH 09/19/14 1639

FINAL Disabled Vehicle - Hazard I-5 MP302.29 (I-405 North Interchange)

09/19/14 1621 Non-Blocking

FINAL Crash US-26 MP72.17 (Portland, Zoo)

_OPEN:WB:All Lanes CLOSED :WB: Shoulder 2VEH 09/19/14 1617

_Disabled Vehicle - Hazard I-5 MP302.29 (I-405 North Interchange)

CLOSED : SB:Right Lane 09/19/14 1609