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REDMOND, OR -- Three people were hurt in a crash involving a bicyclist near Redmond, Monday morning. Investigators say 28-year-old Ashley Lair, of Beaverton, was northbound on Canal, just before 8 a.m., when – for an unknown reason – her vehicle crossed into oncoming traffic. She hit a southbound car driven by a 16-year old, which caused him to spin around and hit a bicycle, near Young Avenue. 

 

Both drivers were evaluated at the Redmond hospital. The 44-year-old bicyclist, Matthew Davis of Bend, was transported to St. Charles Bend with serious injuries. 
 
The Sheriff's Office says it does not appear drugs or alcohol were contributing factors, although the crash remains under investigation. 

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