Oregon State Police said a 23-year-old boy was hit by a driver after getting out of his wrecked car.
Alexander Lee of St. Helens, Oregon, on Thursday, Feb. 17, crashed near Interstate 84 around 2 a.m., Oregon police said.
According to police, he was driving off the interstate on his Mazda RX8, but did not leave. He found himself in a bush about 100 feet from the interstate district of Multnomah.
Lee started walking east of his wrecked car. He was then beaten by a passing driver, police said.
According to Oregon police, the driver left the scene. Now the authorities are looking for a driver.
Police do not say that Lee was hit by the car.
According to police, Lee received life-threatening injuries and was taken to hospital.
“Oregon Police Department is seeking help from the public with information identifying the driver or vehicle,” a February 18 police press release said. “If you have any information, please contact the Oregon Police Department at 1-800-442-2068.”
A similar accident occurred in Oregon just a few days ago.
The woman stopped pick up the mattress which blocked the lane near Eugene on Saturday, Feb. 12, McClatchy News reported. After she took off the mattress, the woman was detained by a red pickup truck as she was walking to her car, police said.
As a result of the accident, the woman was seriously injured, police said.