Driver just jumped the curb and crashed into the street. I dont think anyone was hurt.
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My husband, son and I were driving home from river forks park and saw this on the Callahan's and thought it looked awsome how the storm was coming over the hills.
A clear and windless night enhanced Roseburg, Oregon's 4th of July celebration.