Hillsboro Man Drunk Dangerous most likely Illegal Mexican Hospitalized after Crashing Car over River
Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office – 01/21/09
The case will be turned over to the District Attorney’s Office for possible DUII and Reckless Driving charges.( possible? how about deportation and jailing him, in mexico?
Alberto E Baca
645 W Main St, Apt 2
Hillsboro, OR 97123-3721
report illegals and their employers in Oregon
ICE address DHS
Immigration and Customs
Department of Homeland Security
511 NW Broadway
this would almost be funny but think about who he could have killed and how much this will cost us. Yes another pathway to citizenship mexican)
Summary of Event: On January 20, 2009 at 11:46 PM, Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a single vehicle crash at a 90 degree corner at SW Geiger Road south of Forest Grove. One person drunk drunk mexican was injured and transported to the hospital on Lifeflight. bet that cost a lotDetails of Event: Sheriff’s Deputies arrived and found that a vehicle failed to negotiate a sharp right turn. The initial investigation revealed that a 2001 Dodge Intrepid left the roadway at a very high rate of speed causing the vehicle to go airborne over the Tualatin River before landing in its side. The vehicle traveled over 100 feet through the air before landing in a thicket of trees.
Witnesses told deputies they heard a crash and went outside to see if anyone needed help. They told the deputies they heard a splashing sound from the river and heard what appeared to be a person moaning. Concerned that someone another drunk mexican may have fallen into the icy water, multiple deputies responded in an effort to locate the person and get them medical attention. The Forest Grove and Cornelius Police and Fire Departments assisted in the search.
The only access to the vehicle was through a farm field. Deputies found the vehicle was unoccupied. Sheriff’s Deputies diligently continued the search along the shoreline and through the heavy brush and Blackberry thickets. Deputies were very concerned because the temperature outside was below freezing and it would be difficult for anyone to survive through the night if they were wet or injured.
The intense search paid off two hours after the crash at 1:56 AM when Sheriff’s Deputies found 32 year-old,Baca was about 200 feet down stream from where he crashed the vehicle. Mr. Baca was found lying in the thick brush on the bank of the Tualatin River. He was covering his head with his shirt that he took off. Mr. Baca is believed to be the lone occupant of the vehicle. His clothing was soaking wet. He was shivering and he had multiple cuts and bruises. Mr. Baca was transported to the hospital by Lifeflight for hypothermia and possible internal injuries.
The Sheriff’s Deputies are credited with saving Mr. Baca’s life. It does appear alcohol and speed were factors in this crash.