Four injured when van rolls on I-5 in S. Oregon

Four injured when van rolls on I-5 in S. Oregon
Photo by Oregon State Police.

ASHLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State Police say four people were hurt, one of them critically, when a converted delivery van driven by a Washington state man left Interstate 5 in southern Oregon and rolled multiple times.

Lt. Gregg Hastings says the van driven by 29-year-old Trevor Heuber of Marysville, Wash., was northbound Tuesday with three adult passengers. Two passengers were sitting unbelted on custom-fitted bench seats. Police say the driver lost control on wet pavement and the van traveled down a gravel embankment in the Siskiyou Pass area. The two unbelted passengers were ejected.

Hastings says 38-year-old David Staley of Portland was critically injured and flown to Rogue Regional Medical Center. The driver, as well as a 30-year-old Portland woman and a 27-year-old Portland man, suffered less-serious injuries.

Police say all four were traveling to Portland from a northern California crafts fair.