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Crash on Turner Road Near Salem Prompts Warning from PoliceSalem-News.com
Turner's Police Chief cites dangerous road as reason for too many crashes.
(TURNER, Ore.) - The Turner Police Department and the Turner Rural Fire Protection District responded to another one car injury crash in Condon’s Corners which is in the 6100 block of Turner Road SE.
This area is in between the City of Salem the City of Turner. According to Chief Gary Will of the Turner Police Department, the Turner Police receive complaints about drivers in these corners constantly.
The most common complaints are speed, driving over the center line and making u-turns in the curves.
Today’s crash involved a 21-year old Eugene woman who lost control and went off the roadway and flipped upside down, down the 12 feet drop off into the ditch.
This is the same location where a memorial marker is located at where another person has died in a crash in this same location.
Turner police would like to remind everyone that these curves are dangerous and to slow down when going around curves. Fall and winter are coming soon and with it comes slippery roads.
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