Young mother killed by street racer while waiting for bus in Portland

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On August 28, 26-year-old Ashlee McGill was struck and killed after a vehicle lost control during a street race and jumped the curb, slamming into the bench where she was sitting waiting for a bus.

McGill, an innocent bystander, was the only fatality recorded during the incident.

According to Portland Police, officers received reports of a crash on Southeast Stark Street and Southeast 133rd Avenue at 5:30 am on Saturday August 27.

Upon arriving at the scene, they found one car wrapped around a tree, and another that had been hit in the process.

The driver of the vehicle was transported to a local hospital with “unknown injuries.”

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