Hwy 30 Oregon Accident Today – OSP Trooper Critically Hurt in Crash

Hwy 30 Oregon Accident Today – An Oregon State Police trooper was harmed during a pursuit along US-30 west of St. Helens, specialists said Thursday evening.

Troopers were seeking after a presume when the driver smashed an OSP watch vehicle around 3:30 p.m. close to Milepost 31.

The trooper, whose name has not yet been delivered, was surged by an emergency vehicle to Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland and is recorded in basic condition.

Bluff Dove’s truck sat simply behind the barrier as crash scene specialists advanced toward the dull stretch of Highway 30 where the trooper’s vehicle sat crushed close to the railroad tracks.

Another driver, Bill O’Meara was en route to Kelso when he happened upon the accident minutes after it occurred and said he has been stranded in rush hour gridlock for three and a half hours.

No other data is accessible, including why the suspect was being sought after or the state of the suspect.

The examination is being held by the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office. The Washington County crash reproduction group is at the scene.

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