GRANTS PASS, Ore-- Law enforcement and first responders were kept quite busy early Saturday morning in Josephine County because of several early morning crashes between one and three.
According to Rural Metro Fire, one of those crashes included a rollover right around the 3400 block of New Hope Rd, that took out a utility pole being used as an anchor for larger power poles.
Firefighters state that the driver was rescued and denied that they were injured.
No outages were reported as a result of the crash.
Rural Metro says that other crashes last night also included a vehicle that attempted to take out a tree in the 8400 block of New Hope Rd, setting off a "crash alert phone app" that called 911 automatically. That driver also denied any injuries.
Another accident involved vehicle running into a deer on Interstate 5 near milepost 66.
Crews on the scene say that the deer didn't survive, but the driver was transported with what appeared to be non life-threatening injuries.
Investigators believe that intoxicants were suspected in some of the crashes. Law enforcement is currenrly investigating all of these crashes.