Portland, OR – PPB Responds to Injury Wreck on NE 150th Place near NE Glisan St

Portland, OR – PPB Responds to Injury Wreck on NE 150th Place near NE Glisan St

Portland, OR – PPB Responds to Injury Wreck on NE 150th Place near NE Glisan St

Portland, OR (December 26, 2022) – A traffic accident reportedly occurred in the Portland area on Sunday afternoon that sent at least one victim to a nearby hospital with injuries.

The crash was reported just before 1:30 p.m. on December 25.

According to reports provided by the Portland Police Bureau, a collision took place on Northeast 150th placed in the area near Northeast Glisan Street. The incident blocks multiple travel lanes. The Portland Police Bureau and firefighters responded to the scene and secured the area.

Emergency crews provided treatment to the victims that were injured in the accident. At least one of the parties involved in the traffic incident was transported by ambulance to a local hospital for care.

The police and Portland are actively investigating the crash.

Our thoughts are with those who have been injured as a result of this Portland car accident.

Car Accidents in Oregon

Portland, OR – PPB Responds to Injury Wreck on NE 150th Place near NE Glisan StEach year, countless people across the state of Oregon are severely harmed in traffic accidents on our roadways. In many cases, innocent parties suffer debilitating and life-changing injuries due to driver negligence. Some of the most common causes of vehicle wrecks in our state include:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol: This is one of the most commonly cited reasons for car accidents in the state of Oregon. People who get behind the wheel after drinking or taking drugs are putting themselves and others at risk.
  • Speeding: Many drivers choose to ignore posted speed limits, particularly on highways and interstates. This can lead to tragedy if they lose control of their vehicle or collide with another driver who is going the speed limit.
  • Reckless driving: This includes behaviors like tailgating, weaving between lanes of traffic, or running red lights and stop signs. These actions put everyone on the road at risk and often result in serious accidents.
  • Failing to yield the right-of-way: This is a leading cause of accidents at intersections because it can result in a collision with oncoming traffic. It’s important to be aware of your surroundings when driving and yield to other vehicles when appropriate.

If you have been hurt as a result of an auto collision in the Portland area, you may be able to seek compensation from the person responsible. A Portland car accident lawyer can help you protect your legal rights and justice.

Our team at Kivel & Howard has decades of experience helping Portland residents receive justice and compensation following an accident, and we are here to help you move forward. The attorneys at Kivel & Howard offer free consultations to discuss the circumstances of your accident and make sure you get the attention, treatment, and support that is rightfully yours. Please contact us now at (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800 to schedule a consultation to get started on your case right away.

Note: We utilize several outside sources when creating this accident news post for Kivel & Howard. Our sources include news and media outlets, state and local police incident reports as well as statements taken from individuals who have witnessed the accident.  Because of this, the facts surrounding this accident have not been independently verified by our writing staff.  If you find any information that is inaccurate in our story, let us know and we will correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available.  We will remove this post from our site upon request.

Disclaimer: These posts are written with the intent to provide Oregonians with overall driving and safety information in an effort to reduce the number of serious accidents that take place on our roads and highways. These posts are not intended to provide medical or legal advice of any kind.  The photograph used in this story is not representative of the actual accident scene.

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