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Lake Oswego Woman Dies in Single-Vehicle Traffic Crash
LAKE OSWEGO – On Monday, March 2, 2020, at about 8:19 A.M., a single-vehicle traffic crash occurred on Iron Mountain Boulevard near Summit Drive. The driver, a 61-year-old female Lake Oswego resident, was transported to Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), where she was pronounced dead.
Lake Oswego Communications (LOCOM) received several calls about a single-vehicle traffic crash on Iron Mountain Boulevard near Summit Drive and that the driver – and only occupant – was unconscious. Lake Oswego Police Officers arrived approximately four minutes later and found the driver unconscious and not breathing. The officers removed the driver from the vehicle as Lake Oswego Fire Department personnel arrived and helped them bring the driver up to the roadway to begin lifesaving measures. The driver was transported by American Medical Response (AMR) to OHSU, where she was pronounced dead.
Thus far, there is no indication that alcohol or other drugs were involved in this crash, but the incident is still being investigated with the assistance of the Clackamas County Medical Examiner’s Office. Iron Mountain Boulevard will remain completely closed until about 12:45 P.M. while investigators do their work at the scene.
More information will be released as it becomes available.
Any inquiries can be directed to Sergeant Tom Hamann at 503-635-0238.
Iron Mountain Blvd / Summit DrLake Oswego, OR 97034