Portland, OR – Mykal Kuhl Killed in Car Crash on Highway 30 near MM 14Oregon Legal News
Portland, OR (March 9, 2022) – One person has lost their life following a two-vehicle accident on Monday morning just east of Scappoose. At around 8:15 a.m., on March 7, emergency crews were requested on-site at a motor vehicle accident on Highway 30.
Reports from local authorities indicate that a silver Mini Cooper was traveling on Highway 30 when it collided with a guardrail. The impact of the crash caused the vehicle to cross over the center lanes near mile marker 14 and crash into a Toyota Camry.
One person involved in the crash, 22-year-old Mykal Kuhl, was ejected from their vehicle. He suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene.
A second victim, 58-year-old Thomas Price, was transported to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center for the treatment of injuries.
The Oregon State Police closed off the roadway for more than three hours as they worked to clear the scene and investigate. At this time, investigations are ongoing.
Our thoughts are with Thomas Price at this time. We hope for his full recovery.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Mykal Kuhl. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Fatal Car Accidents in Oregon
Every year, motor vehicle accidents throughout our state leave tens of thousands of people with life-altering injuries. Although we want to believe that everyone is able to overcome their injuries, this is not always the case. Regrettably, there are many instances where people succumb to their injuries. In fact, around 500 people lose their lives each year in traffic-related incidents throughout the state of Oregon.
Not only are bereaved families forced to endure the emotional challenges of losing a loved one, but they are often forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars on funeral expenses, tackle burial costs, and move forward without an income they have grown to depend on. When victims lose their lives in accidents due to the negligence of others, it is crucial that their families seek the legal guidance of a wrongful death attorney in Portland as soon as possible. Working with a reputable and responsive legal team is a family’s best bet for recovering.
Portland Wrongful Death Lawyers
The Portland car accident attorneys at Kivel & Howard have decades of experience helping bereaved families recover after enduring the unexpected loss of a loved one. Our team provides competent and effective legal representation while helping our clients navigate the complex legal system throughout the duration of their claims.
Our team provides competent and effective legal representation while helping our clients navigate the complex legal system throughout the duration of their claims. We put together solid cases on behalf of families to ensure they are in the best position possible.
If your loved one has lost their life in a collision, and you believe negligence played a role, contact our personal injury attorneys in Oregon at your earliest convenience. Our team can be reached at (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800. We are available to meet with you and discuss legal options available to help you recover. Don’t wait. Call us today to see how we can help you.
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