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Clark County Sheriff’s Office investigates two vehicle collisions

The Columbian

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two vehicle collisions that occurred Saturday afternoon.

Deputies responded around 3:30 p.m. to the 25600 block of N.E. Manley Road in Battle Ground after a silver Infiniti left the roadway. First responders including Clark-Cowlitz Fire & Rescue arrived to find two people trapped in the vehicle. The occupants were helped from the vehicle and transported by ambulance to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Witnesses reported the driver of the Infiniti may have been driving recklessly, according to police.

Additionally, deputies responded to a second collision around 5:30 p.m. near the 21900 block of N.E. 139th Street in Brush Prairie.

Police said it was reported that a 1978 Ford Bronco was driving recklessly before leaving the roadway. First responders assisted in extracting the occupants from the vehicle and transporting them to a hospital to be treated for injuries. Deputies report the driver exhibited signs of impairment.

People with information or witnesses to either incident are asked to contact the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit Detective Spak at 564-397-4597.