PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- The driver of a car suffered life-threatening injuries when it crashed into a concrete retaining wall in Beaverton Sunday morning.
The crash happened around 8:30 a.m. at SW Brockman and SW Davies Road, Beaverton police said in a release.
The driver is identified by Beaverton police as 51-year-old Michael Babcock of Beaverton.
Authorities said a grey Ford Escape left the road, hit a fence and several trees before coming to rest on a concrete retaining wall. Neighbors said the homeowner put up the wall because so many people had crashed onto his property.
Beaverton police have not determined if alcohol was a factor in this crash.
Babcock is in critical condition Sunday night.
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