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Portland Police Seek Information About Street Racing Crash Suspect, Victims (Photo)

May 17, 2024 10:26

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The Portland Police Bureau is seeking information about what is believed to be a serious injury crash involving a participant in a street takeover last month.

View a video of this incident here: https://youtu.be/NS0BE8GT6co . Viewer discretion is advised. The video may be difficult for some to watch.

In the early morning hours of Sunday, April 14, 2024, at North Multnomah Street and North Williams Avenue in the Lloyd District Neighborhood, hundreds of people and dozens of cars were taking part in a street takeover event.

During the event, at about 2:51a.m., one of the participant drivers was seen sliding in the blocked intersection. During one stunt, the driver struck one of the onlookers, causing what are believed to be serious, potentially life-threatening injuries. The driver continued sliding while onlookers rushed toward the injured person. During the chaos, 2 additional onlookers were struck by the suspect driver. Their injuries were unknown. One of the

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