Three involved in the crash sustained injuries
VANCOUVER — Members of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) are investigating a two-vehicle injury collision that occurred early Monday in Vancouver.
At 12:34 a.m. Monday (April 13), EMS and CCSO deputies were dispatched to a collision at the intersection of NE 88th Street and NE St Johns Road. A westbound Ford Ranger, driven by Christian Anderson, collided with a northbound Honda Pilot driven by Courtney Ogg.
The collision caused Anderson’s Ford Ranger to flip over and land on its top. Anderson and a female passenger, identified as Andrea Karschney, required extrication by fire personnel from their vehicle. Both were transported to an area hospital with significant injuries. Ogg was also injured and was transported to an area hospital by a family member.
Anderson, age 22, is a resident of Washougal. Karschney, 21, and Ogg, 28, are residents of Vancouver. No citations have been issued at this time, but a CCSO news release reported “it is evident that one of the drivers failed to stop at a red light.’’ Detectives are evaluating scene evidence, video footage, and witness statements to assist in their investigation.
The intersection was closed at the time of the collision.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.