One person was injured Wednesday night after two cars crashed into a hole on a collapsed stretch of an Oregon highway, KCBY reported.
According to Capt. Gabriel Fabrizio of the Coos County Sheriff's Office, the two cars were traveling eastbound on Oregon Highway 42S when they plunged into a 10-foot hole, the television station reported.
"One had a driver and a passenger, the passenger was injured and transported," Fabrizio told KCBY. "The other vehicle was a SUV, there was not a second occupant and that driver did not need to be transported, refused medical."
A spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation said water pooled uphill and caused the 50-foot wide hole, the television station reported.
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