Corvallis woman killed in bike crash
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- A 19-year-old was hit and killed by a 4-runner after she lost control of her bike and rode into the oppositte lane, Benton County Sheriff's Office said.
The cyclist, later identified as Carin Marie Norris, 19 of Corvallis, was riding her bike northbound on Sulfur Springs Road when she lost control of her bike and went into the opposite lane near where Sulphur Springs turns into Soap Creek Rd.
Norris went into the southbound lane where she was hit by Toyota 4-runner, driven by Carin Lynn Bigrigg, 32 of Corvallis.
Emergency crews took Norris to the Good Samaritan Regional Hospital in Corvallis where she died from injuries she sustained in the crash.
Benton County Sheriff's Office Captain Greg Ridler said that Sulfur Springs Rd. has a lot of curves and is on a hill, which could have contributed to the crash.
Captain Ridler said that crash detectives are still investigating the crash. Police have not yet filed charges against Bigrigg.