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Investigators believe alcohol to be a contributing factor of the collision, investigation is ongoing

OREGON STATE POLICE - A 2002 Toyota Tacoma, operated by 26-year-old Miranda Willman, of Molalla, reportedly struck a vehicle head-on along Highway 213 just south of Molalla Tuesday night, sending both drivers to OHSU with non-life threatening injuries.

A head-on collision on Highway 213 just south of Molalla sent two people to Oregon Health and Science University with non-life threatening injuries Tuesday night.

The crash reportedly occurred along OR 213 near South Mt. Hope Road just south of Molalla when a southbound 2002 Toyota Tacoma, operated by 26-year-old Miranda Jolene Willman, of Molalla, crossed the center line for an unknown reason into the northbound lane, when it collided head-on into a 2014 Ford C-Max, operated by 54-year-old David William Lawver, of Gresham. OREGON STATE POLICE - A 2014 Ford C-Max, operated by 54-year-old David Lawver, was reportedly struck by a 2002 Toyota Tacoma along Highway 213 just south of Molalla Tuesday night, sending both drivers to OHSU with non-life threatening injuries.

Willman and Lawver were both transported to OHSU via Life Flight and were treated for non-life threatening injuries. While the investigation is still ongoing, investigators believe alcohol was a contributing factor of the crash, according to a news release from the Oregon State Police.

OR 213 was closed for about three and a half hours, and OSP was assisted by Life Flight, Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Molalla Fire Department, and the Oregon Department of Transportation.


Conner Williams
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