TERREBONNE, OR -- A Crooked River Ranch woman sustained serious injuries in a Terrebonne-area crash that the Sheriff’s office says she caused. Investigators say 58-year-old Cynthia Marshall was stopped on Northwest 43rd, Tuesday afternoon, waiting to turn left on to Lower Bridge Road. When she saw an approaching vehicle slow to make a turn, she pulled out, not realizing there was a second westbound car.
The two vehicles collided just after 1:45 p.m., causing substantial damage and trapping Marshall. She was rescued by Redmond and Crooked River Ranch Fire crews and taken to St. Charles Redmond.
Deputies later cited Marshall for failing to obey a stop sign.