Yamhill County, Oregon – A little after 10:00 PM on Highway 18 near milepost 18 when a Chevrolet pickup driven by Mark Daly (60) from Portland, Oregon crossed into the westbound lanes for an unknown reasons and struck Shawn Smith (42) who was driving a Ford F150 pickup.
Both drivers were prnounced deceased at the scene. There were no passengers in either vechile.
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