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Police identify two people killed in Tuesday morning I-5 crash near Ashland

Update - 8:07 pm: The Oregon State Police have new information on the fatal accident this morning on Interstate 5.

OSP’S Preliminary investigation showed a Chevrolet Malibu, operated by Angela Chin-Hugh (59) of Kent, WA. was northbound in the southbound lanes when it collided with a southbound Kia Spectra operated by Cesar Beltran (25) of White City.

Chin-Hugh and Beltran were both killed in the crash.

ASHLAND, Ore. — At least one person has died following a head-on crash along I-5 near Ashland on Tuesday morning, Oregon State Police confirms.

The Oregon Department of Transportation reported just after 6:30 a.m. that southbound traffic on I-5 had been halted at Exit 19 due to the head-on crash, "possibly caused by a wrong-way driver." The agency warned that there could be a lengthy closure for an OSP investigation, with traffic detoured along Highway 99 through Ashland.

Just before 9 a.m., ODOT said that all southbound lanes had been reopened to traffic.

OSP confirmed to NewsWatch 12 that this was a fatal crash investigation, and our reporters are working to find out more information.

This is a developing story and will be updated with more details as they emerge.

Sours: https://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Interstate-5-southbound-closed-at-exit-19-575162071.html

Moped driver killed in hit-and-run crash on I-5 near Lake City Way; troopers seeking witnesses

SEATTLE — A 38-year-old driver of a moped was killed in a hit-and-run crash Saturday morning on I-5 that blocked all southbound lanes.

A man riding a moped was heading south on I-5 near Lake City Way early Saturday. Washington State Patrol said the moped driver improperly changed lanes and crashed into a Toyota Prius.

The moped driver was ejected and struck by another vehicle, which kept going, troopers said.

Authorities said the moped driver was killed.

Now investigators are seeking witnesses who might have been in the area during the time of the incident and said they can email Detective Haske at [email protected]

SB I-5 in Seattle is still blocked at NE 71st Street due to a collision. All traffic exiting at 71st, returning to I-5 via Lake City Way. Backup is about a mile and growing. no estimate on reopening. pic.twitter.com/plZmF4mNtQ

— WSDOT Traffic (@wsdot_traffic) October 2, 2021

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Northbound I-5 in Tacoma reopens after fatal semi-truck crash

TACOMA, Wash. — All lanes of northbound Interstate 5 in Tacoma are now open after a semi-truck crashed into a barrier and caught fire early Tuesday morning.

The crash happened around 2 a.m. near Portland Ave E. At one point, the crash closed all lanes of the interstate. Northbound I-5 fully reopened around 7:20 a.m.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Robert Reyer said the driver of the semi-truck was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is currently unknown if the driver of the semi-truck fell asleep at the wheel or had a medical emergency. Troopers on the scene said there were no signs of braking before the semi crashed into the barrier.

The Tacoma Fire Department was able to put the fire out. Photos from the scene show the cab of the semi-truck was destroyed in the fire.

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Sours: https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/tacoma/semi-truck-crash-northbound-i5-tacoma/281-25f53317-e836-4ff6-bd29-2b8c884aeb2c
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