KEIZER, Ore. -- Three people were injured when a car crashed into a home near Keizer early Saturday morning, police said.
The car went through a fence, traveled across a large field and hit a tree before crashing into the front porch of the home in the 6500 block of 22nd Avenue, according to Don Thomson with the Marion County Sheriff's Office.
The owner of the home reported hearing the car approach. He ran out to help after the crash, but couldn't get the occupants out of the car.
Marion County Deputies were called to the scene just after 1 a.m. Fire and medical crews extricated the occupants and all three were taken to a nearby hospital. They were not using safety restraints.
The driver, 24-year-old Jesse Fordyce of Keizer, registered a blood alcohol content of .27 percent, Thomson said. His passengers registered .21 and .23 percent.
Deputies cited Fordyce with DUII, driving with a suspended or revoked license, reckless endangerment, assault 3, and criminal mischief.