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OSP Looking for Driver of Pickup Who Caused Weekend Crash on Interstate 5

The Oregon State Police was looking for the driver of a vehicle who caused a weekend crash on Interstate 5 at the base of Mount Sexton.

OSP reports troopers and emergency crews responded to the hit-and-run collision in the northbound lanes of I-5 near milepost 67 on Sunday at 6:10 p.m..

Troopers said a 53-year-old Myrtle Creek man was driving Ford F-250 pickup pulling a trailer when he made a lane change and an unknown suspect driving a red Dodge pickup unsafely passed on the right. The Dodge caused more than $2,500 in damage as it sideswiped the trailer. The driver of the Dodge did not bother to stop.

According to OSP, there were no injuries reported and a tow was not needed.

Anyone with information on this incident is encouraged to dial *OSP.
Posted on 3/26/24 10:00AM by Sam Marsh