• September 12, 2023

Lisa Boylan, Joan Rohrer Killed in Box Truck Accident in Marion County, OR

Marion County, OR — September 9, 2023, Lisa Boylan and Joan Rohrer were killed following a box truck accident at around 5:40 p.m. along McKay Road Northeast.

Authorities said in preliminary reports that the crash happened at the intersection of McKay Road Northeast and Case Road Northeast, several miles south of Portland.

Lisa Boylan, Joan Rohrer Killed in Truck Accident in Marion County, OR

According to officials, Lisa Boylan and Joan Rohrer were in a Buick car together traveling through the area. From oncoming lanes, reports say that a box truck somehow crossed left of center, resulting in a collision with the Buick.

As a result of the crash, both Boylan and Rohrer ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries. The truck driver was taken to a hospital in Newberg, reports say. There were no other reported injuries. Right now, particular factors surrounding the crash are unconfirmed as investigations are ongoing.


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