Drivers walk away from T-bone crash in Brentwood-Darlington
What at first seemed to be a serious-injury smashup in the Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood on Thursday evening, November 19, did wreck the vehicles but apparently didn't injure anybody.
Emergency first-responders arrived at S.E. 66th Avenue and Clatsop Street at 6:38 p.m., and reported finding a side-impact "T-Bone" collision between a large pickup truck and a Honda Civic. But, the occupants of the vehicles had gotten out on their own and were apparently unhurt.
There were no witnesses to the crash, but a Portland Police Bureau officer at the scene said that – from what he'd been able to gather – it appeared that the Honda had pulled out into the street unexpectedly and was hit by the truck.
"There was no injury," the officer told THE BEE. "No citations were issued. Sometimes it's nothing more than simply an accident."
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