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Milwaukie Police Involved in Minor Auto vs. Pedestrian Incident. - 11/28/18

On 11-27-18, at about 10:45 p.m., Officers with the Milwaukie Police Department were leaving the scene of a call in the area of SE 26th Ave. and SE Harrison St. in Milwaukie.  One of the officers, traveling south on SE 26th, stopped at a stop sign and then started to pull on to SE Harrison.  The officer saw the pedestrian, a 19-year-old male heading to work in downtown Portland, just as he made contact with his vehicle. The pedestrian was pushed forward, but remained standing. 

The pedestrian said that other than a little bit of leg pain, he was un-injured and requested to leave and continue on to work.  However, in an abundance of caution the supervisor asked him if he would remain on-scene so medics could respond to evaluate him, and Oregon State Police (OSP) could respond to investigate the incident.

The pedestrian agreed to remain on-scene, was evaluated by medics, but refused further medical attention or transport to a hospital.  After speaking with OSP, the pedestrian was given a ride to work by the Milwaukie Police Supervisor.  After investigating the incident, OSP did not issue any citations.   

Milwaukie Police Case #18-8492

OSP Case #18-440395