A Roseburg woman was killed early Saturday morning when the driver of a car she was in apparently lost control and rolled down an embankment.

According to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office:

Savannah Jean Nardli, 22, was a passenger in a 1986 Honda Civic being driven by Andrew Joseph Clements, 22, also of Roseburg. At 12:09 a.m., 911 dispatchers were notified of an injury rollover crash on public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management off of road 26-7-33.0. This is an area generally referred to as Long’s Ranch.

Deputies arrived on the scene and learned that Clements was driving the Civic about 20 mph on a gravel road when the car left the roadway and rolled about 150 feet down an embankment. Both Clements and Nardli were ejected from the car.

Paramedics attempted lifesaving efforts on Nardli, which were ultimately unsuccessful. Clements suffered minor injuries and was taken to Mercy Medical Center by ambulance for evaluation. He was later released from the hospital and taken into custody for DUII.

The crash remains under investigation. Anyone with information regarding the crash is asked to contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 541-440-4471 or by email at dcso.pio@co.douglas.or.us.

The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Douglas County Fire District No. 2, Umpqua Valley Ambulance Service, the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office, Oregon State Police and the Winston Police Department.

Next of kin has been notified.

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So despite the fact that other people have been arrested and it reflecting on the county booking site since this happened, still no arrest record can be found about Clements getting arrested for a DUI. Someone might wanna look into this and research a bit more? Publishing that someone was essentially responsible for a person's death under circumstances that turned about to be false is a pretty big deal. The News Review is no Oregonian when it comes to finances, and someone could get sued for slander and false information.


Im not gonna pretend Im an expert on things here, but members of the deceased's family have insisted on social media today that Clements was sober and have a test to prove it. Interestingly enough, the article says he was arrested for a DUI, yet the police booking site has no record of him being arrested for anything past or present from what I can see? Unless it just doesn't update on weekends or theres a delay for some reason with that information in the database......some things are not adding up here.

Did the media wagon jump on the train too fast and copy and paste of sources that weren't verified before publishing?


During this lockdown and the seriousness of his crime, shouldn't he also be charged with wandering around state lands when we are in the midst of a government ordered, stay at home order?

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