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I-205 crash snarls Clark County commute

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Monday, March 18, 2013

A wrong-way driver crashed early Monday in the southbound lanes of Interstate-205 on the Glenn Jackson Bridge, creating a nightmare commute for Clark County drivers.

The tractor-trailer also struck another car and its driver was taken to the hospital with traumatic injuries. She was expected to survive. Alcohol may be a factor in the crash, according to Portland police.

Read more at kgw.com.

 

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