(KOIN) – A woman is under arrest following a Wednesday evening crash that injured two people, including her 7-year-old daughter, near Molalla.
Twenty-six-year-old Berenice Marin-Avilez faces charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving, recklessly endangering another person and fourth-degree assault.
Oregon State Police (OSP) report that Avilez ran a stop sign in a 1998 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck at the intersection of Highway 213 and South Union Mills Road, crashing into a 2006 Ford Expedition.
Avilez's 7-year-old daughter was transported to Oregon Health & Science University with non-life-threatening injuries.
The driver of the Expedition, 51-year-old Alfredo Mendoza Quintero of Canby, was also taken to OHSU for non-life threatening injuries. Two passengers in his vehicle were not hurt.
Avilez, along with two adult passengers in the pickup, were also not injured.
Avilez is lodged in the Clackamas County Jail.
The record-setting cold temperatures continues to grip Oregon, freezing and bursting pipes, keeping cars from starting and forcing administrators to announce closures on Sunday.
Citing nearly a foot of snow and frigid temperatures, officials from Oregon State University announced their main campus will be closed on Monday -- even though it is the first day of finals week.
A Multnomah County deputy who stopped on the Fremont Bridge to help a disabled motorist was injured when a car lost control on an icy spot and hit the guard rail.
Police cars were damaged in two separate incidents when drivers ran into them, one by a suspected drunk driver, the other by a man fleeing in stolen car.