CLACKAMAS COUNTY, OR. (THECOUNT) — Christopher Meyn, from Lake Oswego, Oregon, has been identified as the victim in a two-vehicle crash in Damascus, Oregon, Sunday.
Meyn, 49, was operating a vehicle when he collided with a big rig while traveling on OR-212 and SE Sunnyside Rd, in Damascus, OR, around 7:55 a.m. on Sunday morning.
Meyn was pronounced dead at the scene of blunt force trauma injuries consistent with the crash.
Oregon State Police said the crash investigation revealed that Meyn was eastbound in a 2018 Chevrolet Suburban when for unknown reasons crossed into the westbound lanes and into the path of a Peterbilt dump truck. source
Three juvenile Suburban passengers were transported to area hospitals. The extent of their injuries was not provided.
The semi driver, Richard Albrecht, 59, from Gresham, OR, was treated for minor injuries.
No charges are pending in the crash, however, the investigation is ongoing, according to officials.
Anyone with possible information on the fatal crash should contact police at 911.
Damascus is a census-designated place and former city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. Established in 1867, it was first incorporated in 2004 and was disincorporated July 18, 2016 upon voters’ decision on May 17, 2016. Damascus is located east of Happy Valley and Interstate 205 and west of Boring, according to Wikipedia.