Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Elkhorn crash sends 3 to hospital

2 victims released, Oregon man in fair condition

Express Staff Writer

An Oregon man was listed in fair condition this week at a Boise hospital after being injured in a single-vehicle rollover on Wednesday, Sept. 16, on Elkhorn Road.

Andrew Krajcik, 35, was one of three men flown by Life Flight helicopter to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center following the crash. The men were initially treated at St. Luke's Wood River Medical Center, where they were taken by Ketchum Fire Department ambulance.

Sun Valley Police Chief Cameron Daggett said Monday that the other men, Robert Douglas Logan, 43, of Elkhorn, and Byron Skinner, 46, of Utah, have since been released from Saint Alphonsus. Daggett said both Krajcik and Skinner had been staying in the Elkhorn area.

According to Daggett, the accident occurred at about 11:45 p.m. on Elkhorn Road near its intersection with Horseshoe Road. Logan, driving a green 2003 Jeep SUV was northbound and attempted to turn right onto Horseshoe Road when he missed the corner. The police chief said the vehicle left the roadway, rolled and landed in a growth of willows.

Daggett said there were no skid marks at the scene. Police are investigating the crash as a possible DUI accident.

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