Camas Crash Leaves Two Injured
A car accident near Camas recently left two people injured and one in critical condition, according to an article in the Columbian. Police are still investigating the accident. So far, they have not said what they believe caused it.
The crash was a head-on collision on Highway 500 west of Camas. According to investigators, the crash occurred on Saturday afternoon when a car driven by a 45-year-old Camas resident crossed the center line on Highway 500 and traveled into the opposite lane, hitting another vehicle coming in the opposite direction. That vehicle was driven by a 17-year-old woman from Vancouver.
Both women involved in the crash suffered injuries, and both vehicles were totaled. The 45-year-old was rushed by rescue workers to a local hospital, where she remains in critical condition after the crash. She suffered injuries to her face and leg, but hospital workers have not yet said whether, or to what extent, they expect her to recover. The younger woman was taken to a local emergency department by her parents. She suffered bruises and other injuries, and there is no update as to her condition.
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