Two Injured in Goshen Accident on Highway 99
Goshen, Oregon (November 8, 2023) – Two people were injured in a crash that happened near Goshen on Wednesday, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The accident happened on Highway 99 at milepost 1, nearly one mile south of Willamette Highway OR-58.
According to the report, a van and another vehicle collided in the area and the van burst into flames.
The driver of the van was pulled out of the vehicle by bystanders.
Medics transported both drivers to hospital with unspecified injuries.
Both the southbound and northbound lanes of Highway 99 were shut down as authorities worked to clear the scene.
The accident is under investigation.
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