Salmon Creek car crash sends two men to hospital

By Patty Hastings, Columbian breaking news reporter

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Two vehicles traveling 25 to 30 mph rolled over after crashing in a Salmon Creek neighborhood Monday night.

"I'm really not sure how they turned over," said Clark County sheriff's Sgt. Chad Rothenberger.

The sheriff's office was dispatched at 8:18 p.m. to Northeast 109th Street and Sixth Avenue, where they found a Ford Festiva pizza delivery vehicle on its top and a Chevrolet Blazer SUV on its side.

The driver of the Blazer, a man, was stuck in his vehicle and had to be cut out of it. He was transported by ambulance to Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center for minor injuries. The male pizza delivery driver was also transported to an area hospital for minor injuries. Names were not available.

Both vehicles were likely totaled.