One person was killed and a second suffered minor injuries Saturday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 126 about six miles east of Redmond, said Oregon State Police (OSP).
Kimberly Woosley, a 40-year old resident of Dayville, Oregon was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident which occurred about 6:30 a.m. November 4, according to a news release issued by police.
Investigation revealed that Woosley’s 1993 Plymouth Acclaim was traveling west on Highway 126 near milepost 6 when it left the roadway, drove onto the gravel shoulder, crossed the centerline, and crashed into an eastbound pickup.
|Kimberly Woosley of Dayville, Oregon was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 126 near Redmond on Nov. 4. - OSP Photo |
The driver of the pickup, identified as 34-year old Leanne Cowger of Redmond was treated for minor injuries at the scene.
Highway 126 was closed and traffic rerouted by Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) for about four hours.
OSP was assisted by the Crook County Sheriff’s Office and ODOT at the scene.