Seattle man struck, killed by I-5 wrong-way driver in Oregon
ROSEBURG, Ore. - A Seattle man has been identified as the victim who was killed Sunday when a wrong-way driver crashed into his car at high speed on Interstate 5 in Oregon, police say.
The Seattle man, identified as a Roman M. Fedorov, 36, was driving along southbound I-5 near Roseburg when his Volkswagen Jetta was struck by a Ford Focus heading the wrong way on the freeway.
The driver of the Focus, identified as Brady P. Golladay, 28, of Riddle, Ore., was also killed in the crash. Police believe Golladay had been drinking and was under the influence of alcohol.
A preliminary investigation found that Golladay was heading north in the southbound lanes of I-5 at high speed at about 3 a.m. Sunday when he crashed head-on into the Jetta driven by Fedorov, said Sgt. Kyle Hove of the Oregon State Police
Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. There were no other occupants in the vehicles.