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Posted on: November 16, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Crash with life-threatening injuries Danebo at Pacific/Roosevelt near railroad tracks


Update on those involved in the crash at Danebo:

Driver of suspect vehicle:
April Dawn Mansfield, Age 34, of Eugene

Passenger victim in suspect vehicle:
Jose Louis Roberts, age 51, of Eugene

Driver of victim vehicle:
Kenny Robert Lander, age 26, of Springfield

Passenger in victim vehicle:
Kyle Lee Lander, age 19, of Eugene

The roadway was expected to be open by 5 p.m.

Previously Released Information:
At 12:34 p.m., Eugene Police received a call regarding a driver who has been hit by another motorist in a Chevy pick-up truck at Danebo and Royal. The pick-up truck is reported to have not stopped after the crash. The driver who was hit followed the pick-up for a time, but lost visual contact due to the truck’s speed.

A very short time later, the pick-up rear-ended a Honda sedan with two male passengers. The two males were both transported to a local hospital with critical and/or life-threatening injuries. The female driver of the pick-up and her male passenger were both transported to a local hospital. Their condition is not currently available.

EPD Major Collision Investigation team continued to investigate the crash. Alcohol appears to be a factor in the crash on the part of the pick-up’s driver.

Danebo north and south is closed to traffic near the railroad tracks (Pacific/Roosevelt) and is not expected to reopen for an hour.

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