Maserati driver smashes through fences, tree and shed

Washington County

Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a Maserati driver was criminally cited in Aloha for reckless driving and license suspended. He and a passenger were not seriously injured after smashing through fences, a tree and a shed. December 19, 2020 (courtesy Washington County Sheriff’s Office).

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a Maserati driver was criminally cited in Aloha for reckless driving and had their license suspended.

The law enforcement agency said in a tweet Saturday evening that the driver and a passenger were not seriously injured after smashing through fences, a tree and a shed.

Around 8 p.m. Saturday, officials said the crash occurred at SW Farmington Rd. and SW 160th Av., barely missing a house and colliding through a fence.

“It’s going to be a wet weekend- please slow down and get there safely,” police said.

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