Two People Identified in Double Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Morrison Bridge

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July 16, 2024 17:24


The two people killed in this crash on June 13, 2024, have been identified as Nicholas James Munt-Herrera, 30, (driver) and Angelica Precious Camacho, 24 (passenger). Their families have been notified of their deaths.


***Original Message Below***

An investigation into a motorcycle crash that resulted in the deaths of two people is underway on the Morrison Bridge and on Southeast Water Avenue.

On Thursday, June 13, 2024 at 8:04p.m., Portland Police officers from Central Precinct responded to a crash at Southeast Water Avenue and Southeast Morrison Street. When they arrived, they located two people deceased at the scene. A crashed motorcycle was found on the ramp from eastbound Morrison Bridge to northbound I-5. Preliminary investigation suggests the rider and a passenger crashed and were thrown over the barrier onto a parking lot below. At this early stage in the investigation, no other vehicles are known to be involved.

The Portland Police Traffic Division Major Crash Team responded to the scene to investigate the crash. During the investigation, the ramp from eastbound Morrison Bridge to northbound I-5 is closed. Also, Southeast Water Avenue is closed between Southeast Yamhill Street and Southeast Alder Street. The Morrison Bridge is open in both directions, as is the ramp from westbound Morrison Bridge onto northbound I-5, and the ramp from southbound I-5 onto the Morrision Bridge into Downtown.

If anyone has information about this crash, and has not already talked to police, please e-mail attn: Traffic Investigations Unit and reference case number 24-146033.

The PIO is not responding to the scene. Additional information will be released as appropriate. This is the 24th and 25th traffic related fatality this year in Portland, the 5th and 6th involving a motorcycle.

The Portland Police Traffic Division is committed to providing enforcement and raising awareness regarding traffic safety for vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Each year, traffic officers respond to preventable collisions. These collisions can deeply impact those involved, their families and loved ones. Traffic officers' number one priority is to address behaviors of all road users that might lead to a collision, including speed, impairment, distraction, and disobeying signals.

The Traffic Division works in partnership with the Bureau of Transportation on making streets safer for all users. You can help by doing your part to obey all traffic laws, whether you are in a vehicle, on foot, bike or scooter. To learn more, visit:

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To report a road or area that you believe should have additional traffic enforcement, call (503) 823-SAFE.



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