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People injured in 4-vehicle crash at Hwy 99 and NE 99th

Driver who caused crash may have had "a medical condition," sheriff's office says

By , Columbian Business Editor

An undisclosed number of people were injured in a four-vehicle crash Friday night at the intersection of Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said.

“Occupants in three of the four vehicles were suffering from injuries, and were transported to local area hospitals for serious, but non-life threatening injuries,” says a sheriff’s office news release.

Officers arrived at the crash north of Hazel Dell at about 7:30 p.m. The initial investigation shows a driver experiencing “a medical condition” may have caused the crash, the release says. That driver traveled through a red light and collided with the other three vehicles.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit is investigating. No other details were released.

Columbian Business Editor

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