According to a report, an accident on Highway 99 in Eugene left six individuals with injuries ranging from minor to severe. The crash involved a motorcycle, a sedan and a pickup truck.
Oregon State Police said that the auto accident occurred at approximately 9 p.m. when a 72-year-old man from Eugene who was driving a northbound Lexus sedan rear-ended a Ford F-450 pickup truck operated by a 57-year-old man who was also from Eugene. The initial crash caused a 33-year-old Junction City man operating a Yamaha motorcycle to clip the bumper of the Ford truck. The biker then crashed into the Lexus and, as a result, was thrown from his motorcycle into another car that had pulled off the roadway to help the car accident victims.