• July 15, 2022

Martin Crommie Killed in Truck Accident in Portland, OR

Portland, OR -- July 10, 2022, Martin Crommie was killed following an accident where a truck and an e-bike collided.

Authorities reported that the crash took place late Sunday off the corner of North Juneau Street and North Chautauqua Boulevard.

According to reports, 70-year-old Martin Crommie was on an e-bike traveling along the side of the road. Crommie may have made a turn, resulting in a truck hitting the bicycle.

Crommie sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Martin Crommie Truck Accident in Portland

These reports may seem relatively straight forward, but I'm always cautious with early reports concerning non-standard vehicles like this. Scooters, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles--folks tend to assume these vehicles are always doing something wrong. Maybe that did happen here, but investigations sometimes find that initial reports were biased an inaccurate. Could the same prove true here? I'd say that at the very least, someone losing their life warrants steps to ensure their loved ones are getting the facts.

Martin Crommie Killed in Truck Accident in Portland, OR


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