LEBANON, Ore. -- Three teens are facing minor in possession charges after police said they left a party and ended up crashing their car.
Officers were called out to South Grove Street and East Oak Street after reports of a car crash. The caller reported that a car had flipped over, and came to rest on train tracks.
Police said three teens left a party at a nearby apartment complex. Police said the driver, Amanda Nichole Kelly didn't know the street came to a dead end at the railroad tracks and struck a barrier. The car flipped onto its top, landing in the center of the railroad tracks.
Kelly was arrested for driving under the influence, four counts of assault, reckless driving and two counts of reckless endangerment. She was also cited for minor in possession of alcohol and driving without a license.
Both passengers, 17 and 18 years-old, were taken to the hospital with minor injuries and face minor in possession of alcohol charges.
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