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State Police Respond To Injury Crashes

On 5/3/2023 State Police Trooper Nathman responded to a call of a single vehicle crash that occurred on US-101, near Moolock Beach. Upon arriving, the driver and passenger were both outside the car and the passenger was bleeding from her head. Pressure was held on the wound until medics arrived. Once medics arrived, the driver was spoken to and exhibited signs of impairment. The driver, identified as 47-year old Mashariki A. Ramsey reportedly admitted to consuming one alcoholic beverage prior to the crash. Mashariki consented to field sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was subsequently arrested for DUII.

The passenger was transported to Samaritan Pacific Communities hospital in Newport by Ambulance. Mashariki was also transported to the hospital to be medically cleared for the jail, where she refused to provide a blood sample. A warrant was applied for, obtained, and executed. When she was medically cleared and transported to the Lincoln County Jail where she was lodged on a numerous charges. It was later found that the Hyundai struck another vehicle before leaving the roadway and striking a tree. Pacific West Ambulance, Newport Fire, Newport Police, ODOT, and Lincoln County Sheriff's Office assisted on scene.

On 4/29/2023 State Police Trooper Nathman responded to single vehicle crash on highway 18 at milepost 14, where the driver of a Honda Pilot drove through a guardrail and came to an uncontrolled rest approximately 150-200 feet off of the roadway, down an embankment. There was extensive damage to the guard rail. Fire and medics were able to locate the vehicle and extricate the driver, identified as 23-year old Fenando Fernandez of Woodburn. He was loaded into an ambulance and transported to Salem Good Samaritan Hospital. Grand Ronde Fire and Pacific West Ambulance assisted on scene.

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