by: OREGON STATE POLICE - Kimberly Ross of Tigard was driving along  Highway 224 on Monday when she somehow drove off the road, up an embankment, rolled her vehicle and landed across the highway, Oregon State Police said. 
Oregon State Police are investigating the cause of a Monday morning car crash east of Carver that sent one Tigard woman to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Kimberly Ross, 40, was driving westbound on Highway 224 near milepost 13, at about 7:38 a.m., when she failed to safely negotiate a curve in the road, police said.

Ross’ car drove off the road, up an embankment and struck a large rock. The car rolled once and landed on its wheels across the highway, said Oregon State Trooper Tyler Bechtel.

Ross was wearing a seatbelt, and the car’s airbags were deployed, Bechtel said.

Ross was taken to Oregon Health & Science University hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Bechtel added.

The highway was closed for about an hour while Clackamas Fire District No. 1, state police and Oregon Department of Transportation crews were on the scene.

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