by: PHOTO COURTESY: OREGON STATE POLICE - SUVs lie mangled at the side of Highway 213 while Clackamas Fire crews extricate a seriously injured Oregon City girl.Oregon State Police Trooper Nigel Schnackenberg is continuing the investigation into Monday evening's crash at the intersection of Spangler Road and Highway 213 south of Carus.

On Feb. 18 at approximately 9:35 p.m., a 2005 Mitsubishi SUV driven by 17-year-old Anna Marl of Oregon City attempted to turn left from Spangler Road to go northbound on Highway 213 when it was struck in the driver's side by a southbound 2003 Ford Excursion driven by 58-year-old Teresa Gilbert of Keizer.

While the highway was closed about one hour, Marl was extricated from the vehicle by Clackamas Fire District No. 1 firefighters then transported to Oregon Health & Science University with serious injuries. She was using a seat belt, and her vehicle's airbags deployed.

Gilbert was transported by ambulance to Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center with minor injuries. She was also using safety restraints.

OSP was also assisted at the scene by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and ODOT.

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