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Serious Injury Traffic Crash Interstate 5 Northbound South Of WoodburnSalem-News.com Traffic
The other involved unidentified vehicle has not been found
(WOODBURN, Ore.) - A 3-year old girl was seriously injured and her father and 2-year old sister received minor injuries after their vehicle collided with an unoccupied motor home Sunday afternoon northbound along Interstate 5 three miles south of Woodburn. Oregon State Police troopers from the Salem Area Command office are continuing the investigation.
According to OSP Senior Trooper Jay Davis, on October 17, 2010 at approximately 3:00 p.m. a 1990 Dodge Spirit four-door driven by Hassane El Khyari, age 29, from Albany, was northbound on Interstate 5 near milepost 268 in the center lane. El Khyari attempted to move from the center lane to the right northbound lane when an unidentified vehicle cut in front of his car while also moving into the right lane.
El Khyari took evasive action onto the right shoulder to avoid the other vehicle and crashed into the back of an unoccupied 1975 Winnebego motorhome parked on the freeway shoulder. Both vehicles received extensive damage.
Hassane El Khyari and his two child passengers were transported by ambulance to Oregon Health Sciences University for treatment. Aliyah El Khyari, age 3, was seriously injured. Hassane and passenger Amirah El Khyari, age 2, received minor injuries. Safety restraint use information is not available at this time.
The other involved unidentified vehicle has not been found. Anyone with information regarding this vehicle is asked to call OSP Northern Command Center dispatch at 800-452-7888.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 were closed about 45 minutes before being opened.
OSP troopers were assisted by Marion County Fire District and ODOT.
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