• May 25, 2017

Pablo Dominguez-Amezcua Killed, William Griffin & Preston Stucky Hurt in Accident in Happy Valley, OR

Happy Valley, OR -- A crash in Happy Valley, Oregon led to the death of 48-year-old Pablo Dominguez-Amezcua, and injured 62-year-old William Griffin and 26-year-old Preston Stucky Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

Police say all three victims were contract workers doing utility work in the vicinity of Southeast 122nd Avenue when they were struck. According to media reports, a vehicle driven by 51-year-old Fedot Tsopko, failed to stop for a flagger prior to the incident. Mr. Tsopko's vehicle then went on for another 200 to 300 feet before it crashed.

The exact cause of the deadly incident is yet to be determined by authorities, however, police say they believe Mr. Tsopko was intoxicated at the time of the crash.

The official investigation into the crash is ongoing.

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