HWY 199 Josephine County – On Sunday August 4th at around 4:45PM Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the the report of a two vehicle car accident at mile post 15 of Highway 199. Investigations revealed that a Subaru operated by David Remsh, 50 years old of Selma, was traveling southbound on Hwy 199 when for an unknown reasons veered into the oncoming northbound lane striking a Mazda 3 operated by Guy Fetty, 54 of Gold Hill.
Remsh (The driver of the vehicle that veered into oncoming lanes) was flown by air ambulance to the hospital. Two passengers in the Subaru, Amber Gaylord, 31 of Glendale, Oregon and Kali Remsh, 29 of Grants Pass, were transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Guy Fetty sustained fatal injuries from the car accident and was pronounced deceased. The passenger in the Mazda, Anna Fetty, 43 of Gold Hill, was transported to the hospital and later flown to a Portland hospital for further treatment.
Hwy 199 was reduced to one lane of traffic for approximately three hours following the crash to allow time for investigators to survey and catalog the details of the accident.
Oregon State Police were assisted by the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office, ODOT, Rural Metro Fire District, and Illinois Valley Fire District.
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