Beaverton woman seeks damages in police car crash
A Beaverton woman has sued the city and a police officer for damages stemming from a T-bone crash into her car in 2018.
Alyssa Sullivan filed the suit Feb. 17 in Washington County Circuit Court. Through her lawyer, Natasha Cobb, Sullivan seeks to recover $9,619 in medical costs and $40,380 in noneconomic damages, plus attorney fees.
According to the lawsuit, Sullivan says she suffered injuries to soft tissues and muscles in her neck and back as a result of the crash on Nov. 29, 2018. She was headed east on Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Officer Paul Fleckenstein was headed west when his patrol car turned left at Southwest Davies Road and the cars collided. The patrol car did not have warning lights or sirens on.
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