Southeast Powell Boulevard is closed between 25th Avenue and 27th Avenue, Portland police said. TriMet is also reporting service interruptions in the area.

PORTLAND, Ore. — A woman on a bicycle was struck and killed by a semi shortly before noon Tuesday near the intersection of Southeast Powell Boulevard and 26th Avenue, the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) reported.

The crash happened at 11:49 a.m. PPB said the victim appeared to be a woman in her mid to late 20s. The driver of the involved vehicle stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police, PPB said.

Southeast Powell Boulevard is closed between 25th Avenue and 27th Avenue, PPB reported. TriMet also reported multiple service interruptions “due to a non-TriMet collision.”

From the TriMet Service Alerts Twitter account:

  • For Line 9 trips to Portland, no service to stops on SE Powell from Cesar Chavez Blvd to 21st. And for trips to Powell & 92nd or Gresham Central TC, no service to stops on SE Powell from 21st to 36th Pl due to a non-TriMet collision.
  • For Line 10 trips to Foster & 94th, no service to stops from SE 26th & Division to SE Gladstone & 28th. And for trips to Portland City Center, no service to stops from SE Gladstone & 26th to SE 26th & Division due to a non-TriMet collision.

Anyone with information about this fatal crash who has not spoken to police should contact PPB at 503-823-2103 or at crimetips@police.portlandoregon.gov, attention Traffic Investigations Unit. Reference case No. 22-266862. 

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