PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – One person was killed and another person was injured Saturday when the driver of a classic car broadsided a minivan that did not yield the right-of-way, Oregon State Police said.
Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the two-vehicle crash near the Highway 22E on-ramp and Golf Club Road Southeast north of Stayton around 11 a.m. Saturday.
At the scene they discovered a Ford Custom Roadster t-boned a Dodge Caravan.
Police said the driver of the Roadster, 70-year-old Thomas Schmid, was driving south on Golf Club Road Southeast when he crashed into the Dodge Caravan that 42-year-old Kaylie Kinsey was driving west on Golf Club Road Southeast, heading toward the Highway 22E on-ramp.
After the crash, the Roadster rolled onto its side.
Schmid was injured in the crash, but is expected to survive. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.
His passenger, Arminta Schmid, 70, of Aumsville, died at the scene.
Kinsey, the driver of the minivan, was not injured.