No one was injured when a Tiller Fire Department rescue vehicle collided with a FedEx delivery truck 4 miles south of Tiller on Wednesday morning.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office reported that just after 9 a.m. Wednesday, Tiller firefighter Jason Anderson, 19, was responding to a medical call in the 32000 block of Tiller Trail Highway. As Anderson was driving down a windy driveway, he encountered the FedEx truck, driven by Joshua Shirley, 36, of Medford, on a blind corner.

Both vehicles were towed by Bill's Towing after sustaining front-end damage.

Donovan Brink can be reached at dbrink@nrtoday.com and 541-957-4219.

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Donovan Brink is the cops and courts reporter for The News-Review.

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Rise722

FedEx and UPS tend to drive way too fast for the conditions....this article needs to state is there was any speed involved by either vehicle.

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