Oregon man killed, four Vancouver residents injured in wrong-way car accident

An Oregon man was killed and four Vancouver, Washington residents injured, one critically in a wrong-way car accident on Highway 26 near Boring, Oregon reports The Columbian. The motor vehicle accident occurred when the Oregon man crossed a grassy median and went the wrong way into oncoming traffic.

According to the report, Oregon State Police believe the wrong-way driver identified as Anthony Petereit, 53, may have suffered a medical problem while driving him which caused him to lose control of his car. He died at the accident scene. Police say he suffered health problems, including diabetes.

The four people who were injured were identified as Terry Bradbury, 43; Charles Bradbury, 14; Ashlee Bradbury, 15; and Dawn Nicole Misener, 17. All four were expected to survive despite serious injures. Ashlee was reported to be in critical condition.

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