once again- the cost of the invasion and open borders. You cannot let a third world population invade without huge costs borne by the legal population. In this case, one middle-aged American woman is hospitalized, is it just me or has anyone noticed how many Mexicans are Driving without licenses? This is a Typical Mexican Response to American Laws.
Three people were injured, one seriously, following a two-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon westbound on Interstate 84 in The Dalles.
According to Oregon State Police (OSP) Senior Trooper Michael Holloran, on July 1, 2009 at approximately 1:30 p.m. a 1997 Saturn four-door with five occupants from Corning, California was westbound on Interstate 84 at exit 85. The Saturn’s driver, JOSE AGUILAR-GOMEZ, age 27, appeared to be taking the freeway off ramp when he apparently changed his mind and merged back to the left across two lanes into the left westbound lane forcing a witness toward the center median and concrete barrier.
The witness honked their horn to warn AGUILAR-GOMEZ, who over-corrected and lost control. The Saturn struck the center median and momentarily came to a stop broadside in the left westbound lane where it was struck in the driver’s side by a 2005 Toyota Sequoia towing a boat.
AGUILAR-GOMEZ and his left rear passenger, DANIEL AGUILAR-MENDEZ, age 27, were transported to Mid-Columbia Medical Center for treatment. AGUILAR-MENDEZ was taken by LifeFlight to an unknown Portland-area hospital for further treatment of non-life threatening serious injuries. AGUILAR-GOMEZ was treated and released. The other three occupants did not require hospital treatment.
The Toyota’s driver, MARTHA HALLORAN, age 50, from Rainier, was transported to Mid-Columbia Medical Center where she was also treated and released for minor injuries.
All involved vehicle occupants were using safety restraints.
Senior Trooper Holloran cited AGUILAR-GOMEZ for No Valid Operator’s License and Unsafe Lane Change.
OSP troopers from The Dalles Area Command were assisted at the scene by ODOT and Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue.
Photograph Source: Oregon State Police
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