A woman was taken to the hospital after an RV crashed into a home in southeast Portland.

The crash occurred at around 10:30 a.m. Friday near Southeast 136th Avenue and Bush Street.

Police said a woman fell out of her RV and it rolled over her feet or legs. She was taken to the hospital with injuries described as traumatic, but not life-threatening.

Crews from NW Natural responded to the scene after people in the area reported a strong smell of natural gas.

Police said the RV hit a gas line and filled the home with gas. Officers provided traffic control while firefighters and NW Natural workers repaired the leak.

SE Bush & 136th blocked by after RV crashes into home. Police tell me older woman fell out of her RV as it rolled into home. @fox12oregon pic.twitter.com/h47KNDRKx6— Brenna Kelly (@BrennaKellyNews) July 11, 2017

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