Dundee woman hurt in crash
Oregon State Police troopers gave this account:
About 9:20 p.m., a 2002 Dodge Neon with three occupants, including Olivia Tokstad, 21, of Dundee, was struck head-on by a 1996 Honda Passport that crossed the centerline.
The driver of the Passport, which had a “Fox” racing decal on the rear window, fled the scene on foot. Troopers said evidence suggested the fleeing driver had suffered injuries.
Traffic was heavy at the time. Troopers think the driver may have been picked up by someone not aware of his or her involvement in the crash.
Tokstad and another passenger from the Neon, Kamah Hartwell, 22, of Portland, were transported by Medix ambulance to Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria. The driver, Abraham Korpoh, 21, residence unknown, was transported by Life Flight helicopter to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland.
Tokstad was treated and released, a hospital spokesperson said. Korpoh was critically injured, according to troopers.
The highway was closed for an hour, then restricted to one lane for a time.
Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call OSP Northern Command Center at 800-452-7888.