BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) — Three people were injured, one of whom was airlifted, after a 3-car crash on Murray Boulevard in Beaverton Friday night.
The crash near Terman Road happened around 9:15 p.m., officials said. The crash was caused when one car crossed the center line and hit another car head-on, with a third car also being hit. Beaverton Police Officer Jeremy Shaw said the driver of the car that crossed the center line, 24-year-old Jordan Seroy, is being investigated for DUII. He has not been arrested.
Seroy was airlifted to Legacy Emanuel Hospital but his injuries turned out to be minor, according to Officer Shaw. Two people in the car that was hit were also transported to area hospitals. The driver has minor injuries, the passenger has serious injuries.
No one in the third car was hurt.
Murray between Millikan and Jenkins was closed while investigators looked into the cause of the crash.
A second crash in a different area along Murray near Scholls Ferry around the same time involved a man hit by a car as he tried to get his dog from the street. The man was seriously hurt but is expected to recover, and the dog was taken to a vet for treatment.