It was the second time in two days that one of the houses was hit.
Washington County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a single vehicle crash into two Aloha houses Friday afternoon. This is the second time in two days a drunk driver crashed into one of these properties.
Washington County Sheriff's Deputies responded to 17795 SW Rock Road in the community of Aloha. Upon arrival, deputies encountered a 2003 Honda Accord driven by 26-year-old Kimberly Veed of Portland wedged between two homes, causing substantial damage. Deputies say that Veed was traveling north when she failed to make a turn in the road, instead drove straight until she crashed into the houses.
Deputies conducted field sobriety tests on Veed and determined she was driving under the influence of intoxicants. Her blood alcohol level registered more than twice the legal limit. She was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving. She was lodged at the Washington County Jail.
During the investigation, deputies learned that late Wednesday night another drunk driver crashed into one of these properties. Fortunately, in that incident there was no damage to the homes.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office regards impaired driving as a high priority and arrests about 1200 DUII drivers annually.