After an investigation, 60-year-old Hazel Dell resident Daniel Nienaber was processed at the Clark County Law Enforcement Center on suspicion of Vehicular Assault
A collision Tuesday afternoon sent two area residents to the hospital with injuries.
On Tuesday (July 19) at about 2:30 p.m., Clark County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a motor vehicle collision in the area of Columbia River High School, at about the 800 block of NW 99th St., in Hazel Dell.
Witnesses reported a red pickup truck had struck a motorcyclist and was attempting to flee the scene. A preliminary investigation showed Brian Culbertson , 65, of Hazel Dell, had been riding his motorcycle westbound on NE 99th St. when he was struck by the red Toyota Tacoma driven by Daniel Nienaber, 60, of Hazel Dell. Witnesses reported the Tacoma had been driving in a reckless manner prior to the collision.
Nienaber was apprehended a short distance from the scene of the collision. Both parties were transported to an area hospital for treatment. Culbertson sustained serious, but non-life-threatening, injuries.
After an investigation, Nienaber was processed at the Clark County Law Enforcement Center on suspicion of Vehicular Assault. The collision is being investigated by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Homicide Unit.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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