One person is dead following a vehicle hit several pedestrians during several runs and hit across many blocks in Portland, Oregon, Monday, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
Five other individuals were transported to hospitals with non-critical injuries, based on Portland Fire and Rescue. You will find more victims who didn't require medical transport.
The incident occurred at about 1:02 p.m. local time after a Honda Element drove to pedestrians and vehicles from Southeast 33rd Avenue and Stark Street to Southeast 13th Avenue, according to the police.
After crashing his car, authorities said the driver fled on foot, but community members corralled him until law enforcement arrived, authorities said in a press conference Monday afternoon.
At this time, the defendant's motive has not yet been determined and no other information about the suspect has been released by police.
Police have not publicly identified the victims.
Authorities said the crime scene is quite large and covers dozens of city blocks. Officials are asking witnesses or anybody who discovers what they believe is evidence, reach out to officers in the region or call the non-emergency number (503-823-3333) to give information.