A physical therapist from Columbia Memorial Hospital and his family continue to recover following Sundays collision on Bradley Hill that left one Longview, Wash., man dead and six others injured.
Ivan Sultan, Kimberly Anne Sultan, 16-year-old Keanu Sultan and 22-month-old Emily Lloyd were injured when their Mini Cooper, driven by Kimberly, was struck near milepost 75 on U.S. Highway 30 when a Volkswagen, driven by Lucas William Brown, 36, crossed the centerline on a curve with his two children in the backseat.
Brown died shortly after arrival at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center where he was LifeFlighted with 8-year-old Noah Waite-Brown, who was last reported in critical condition.
Kane G. Brown, 7, is being treated at Oregon Health and Science University with nonlife-threatening injuries.
Kimberly Sultan is recovering at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.
The other Mini Cooper passengers have been released. All were wearing seatbelts, Oregon State Police confirmed.
It has not yet been determined if the occupants of the Volkswagen were using safety restraints.
OSP is still investigating what led up to the accident that closed Highway 30 for three hours.
Lt. Duane Stanton of OSP confirmed that calls recorded in the Astoria Dispatch log for a driver speeding and passing unsafely on the highway leading up to the accident were in regards to Brown. The last call came in just three minutes before the crash was reported at 5:36 p.m.