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REDMOND, OR -- A Terrebonne man was seriously injured in a Saturday afternoon crash that backed up traffic on the western edge of Redmond. According to investigators, 77-year-old Albert Farrow was northbound on Helmholtz when he stopped at Highway 126, just before 2:30 p.m. When he tried to cross the highway, deputies say he drove into the path of a westbound car, driven by a Redmond woman. 

 

Both drivers were taken to the hospital; Farrow remains in serious condition. 
 
He was cited for Failing To Obey A Traffic Control Device. The Sheriff’s Office believes alcohol may have been a contributing factor. 

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