A two-car collision blocked U.S. Highway 97 two miles south of Terrebonne around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and injured three people, according to the Oregon State Police.
According to Lt. Carl Rhodes, David Boyer, 77, of Redmond, attempted to cross Highway 97 from Northwest Perhall Way, turning northbound in a Suzuki passenger car. A southbound Kia driven by Mark Davis, 45, and with passenger Tiffany Vollertsen, 37, both of Terrebonne, struck the Suzuki’s front end.
All three were treated at St. Charles Redmond. Boyer was seriously injured; Davis and Vollertsen received moderate to minor injuries.
Boyer was cited for driving while suspended.
OSP, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, Redmond Fire & Rescue and Oregon Department of Transportation all responded to the scene. The southbound lanes were blocked off during the investigation and removal of the vehicles.
— From staff reports