As Oregon State Police continue to investigate Sunday’s fatal crash on Highway 30 west of Clatskanie, it’s being reported that one of the young boys that was injured in the collision has been released from Oregon Health and Science University. Hospital officials report that 7 year-old Kane Gabriel Brown of Longview was released yesterday, but his half-brother, 8 year-old Noah Waite-Brown, remains in critical condition at Randall Children’s Hospital in Portland. The boys were riding in the car driven by their father, Lucas William Brown, 36, of Longview, who died from the injuries he received in that crash. The driver of the other car involved in the collision, Kimberly Anne Sultan, 42, of Astoria, remains in serious condition at Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland. OSP has no other new information on the crash, which occurred when Brown’s car crossed the center line on Bradley Hill, and collided head-on with the vehicle being driven by Sultan.