I’m very sorry this illegal alien/anchor baby from Mexico has been allowed to waste the taxpayer’s money with his free medical treatments at OHSU , when thousands of legal Americans in Oregon have no medical insurance and are homeless , due to the invasion from mexico. Good, he is dead- Mexicans should all be deported after being castrated .http://neutermexicans.com/ FIN
( FYI- apparently Jose had a beautiful American girlfriend he dated from 14 on.What is an American girlfriend? I am certain it is an code word for white girl from a northern European background, since Mexicans are incredibly racist and always go for the whitest girl they can find, to hide their own mulatto African and Indian roots. It also implies that he wasn’t American, and of course he wasn’t. Most likely an anchor babie or an illegal alien who arrived as a child.Anyway , It makes me even gladder he is dead, as the last thing we need is more white girls marrying mexicans. )
June 29, 2009 at 10:43 pm, Tualatin Police responded to a single car crash on SW Grahams Ferry Road at SW Sitka Court, in Tualatin.The vehicle was occupied by the driver, identified as Jose Manuel Hernandez Bailon, 19 years of age, and the passenger, identified as Michael Figueroa, 19 years of age.The vehicle, a red 1994 Honda Accord, appeared to have been traveling north on SW Grahams Ferry Road at a high rate of speed. As the vehicle rounded the curve, just south of SW Sitka Court, the driver lost control and struck the fence line, then a tree. The vehicle rolled an unknown number of times before it landed on its top, entrapping the occupants of the vehicle.Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue arrived on scene and extricated the occupants of the vehicle. The driver, Mr. Hernandez Bailon, was transported by Life Flight to OHSU with critical injuries. The passenger, Mr. Figueroa, was transported by ambulance to Emanual Hospital in stable condition. Police were later informed that Mr. Hernandez Bailon died as a result of his injuries. Mr. Figueroa suffered a broken nose.Police later determined that Mr. Hernandez Bailon’s blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit at the time of the crash.
The Washington County Crash Analysis and Reconstruction Team responded to the scene of the crash and performed an in depth investigation and reconstruction of this crash. SW Grahams Ferry Road was closed for approximately five hours during the investigation. It was officially reopened just after 4:00 am.
The Tualatin Police Department encourages all drivers to remain safe at all times, drive sober, and obey the speed limits. ARE THE POLICE NUTS? ALL THESE CAR WRECKS AND DRUG BUSTS ARE DUE TO NOT HAVING BORDERS AND NOT CHECKING IMMIGRATION STATUS . WHAT IS THE POINT OF SAYING FOLLOW THE LAWS WHEN MEXICANS ARE HERE BECAUSE THEY DIDNT