Marysville man among 4 hurt in Oregon rollover

ASHLAND, Ore. — Oregon State Police say four people were hurt, one of them critically, when a converted delivery van driven by a Marysville man left I-5 in southern Oregon and rolled multiple times.

Lt. Gregg Hastings said the van driven by Trevor Heuber, 29, of Marysville, was northbound Tuesday with three adult passengers. Two passengers were sitting unbelted on custom-fitted bench seats. Police said the driver lost control on wet pavement and the van traveled down a gravel embankment in the Siskiyou Pass area. The two unbelted passengers were ejected.

Hastings said 38-year-old David Staley of Portland was critically injured and flown to Rogue Regional Medical Center. The driver, as well as a 30-year-old Portland woman and a 27-year-old Portland man, suffered less serious injuries.

Police say all four were traveling to Portland from a northern California crafts fair.

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