Oregon Driver Arrested For Towing Her Children In A Red Wagon


Witnesses told police that Donahue was driving as fast as 30 miles per hour before reaching a roundabout, where she made slower laps.

An Oregon woman is accused of endangering three young children by towing them behind her auto in a little red wagon.

The Register-Guard reported that the police logs list the two youngest children as ages 3 and 5, while KGW in Portland reported them as 2 and 4.

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Alana Nicole Donahue had her two children tailing her on a roundabout in Springfield, Oregon when police received calls from concerned motorist.

The Department of Human Services placed the children in the care of another family member.

According to The Oregonian, Donahue then stopped and placed the 2-year-old in the auto, but continued to drive with the other children in the wagon.

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When confronted by police, Donohue told an officer she didn't know why everyone was making such a big deal, saying she was just trying to show them a good time. One caller said that Donahue was waving for cars to go around her as she drove around in circles, causing a traffic backup.

Witnesses say they saw Donahue driving her auto with the wagon attached to it by a strap or rope through traffic, police say. Several sent photos and videos to the police.

According to Lt. Scott McKee, of the Springfield Police Department, witnesses who saw the incident described it much differently.

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Police have charged Donohue with two counts of reckless endangerment and a third count is pending.