Hannah Olson Obituary, Death – Officers with the Oregon State Police (OSP) responded to a collision involving a car and a pedestrian that took place on United States Highway 30 on November 10 at approximately 6:36 p.m. The collision took place in the general area of mile post 82, as best we can tell.According to the findings of the preliminary investigation, the pedestrian, whose identity has been made public and is known to be Hannah Jean Olson, 25, from Astoria, attempted to cross Highway 30 at the crossroads with old US Highway 30, which is located close to mile post 82. Her name has been made public.
This information came to light during the preliminary investigation that was conducted. Olson made a right turn in front of a white Kia Sorento that was being driven by Remington Fay Toristoja, who was 28 years old and was from Naselle, Washington. Toristoja was driving under the influence of alcohol. Toristoja was operating a vehicle while impaired by the effects of alcohol. Toristoja was behind the wheel of a car while under the influence of alcohol, which impairs one’s ability to drive safely. The route that Highway 30 took went in the complete opposite direction of what was anticipated to happen.
Olson is believed to have been struck and killed by a vehicle when she attempted to enter the traffic lane heading in the direction of the east, as stated by the Oregon State Police. The law enforcement agency volunteered this information for the public. The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and was cooperative with investigators while they were conducting their investigation while it was ongoing.
The investigation was ongoing when the driver of the vehicle was cooperative. In the immediate aftermath of the crash, the investigation had already begun. In addition, people who witnessed the incident stayed at the location where it occurred so that they could provide their statements to the authorities who were in charge of the inquiry.