Two people were hurt Saturday afternoon when a car driven by a Bend boy rear-ended a minivan that had stopped behind a turning SUV.
Shortly before 3 p.m., Bend resident Anna Laura DuPont Gayosso, 28, stopped in the southbound lane of Deschutes Market Road to turn left onto View Lane, according to the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office. Gloria Ceniga, 68, of Bend, stopped behind her. An unnamed teen boy driving a Subaru Forester then rear-ended Ceniga’s Toyota Sequoia, pushing it into DuPont Gayosso’s Hyundai Santa Fe.
Ceniga and the boy were taken to St. Charles Bend with injuries believed not to be life-threatening, according to the sheriff’s office. The press release did not say whether the boy was cited in the crash, which did not involve speed, alcohol or drugs.