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Jan-04-2009 23:16printcomments

Sheriff Releases Name Of Deceased Woman In Clackamas River‏

Debra Bennett was last seen departing her place of employment in Eagle Creek on Saturday morning at 1:00 AM and was believed to be en route to her home.

Death investigation update
Salem-News.com

(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - The body of a woman recovered around noon today in the Clackamas River, has been identified as 46-year old Debra Mae Bennett, who resided with her mother on SE Kitzmiller Road, in Eagle Creek.

Jim Strovink with the Clackamas Sheriff's Office, says members of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Portland Mountain Search and Rescue located the deceased female approximately one-half mile down river from where her vehicle is believed to have entered the river from SE Kitzmiller Road, in Eagle Fern Park.

Debra Bennett was last seen departing her place of employment in Eagle Creek on Saturday morning at 1:00 AM as she departed her work place and believed en route home for the evening.

Debra Bennett was reported as missing by her concerned mother Saturday morning when Debra failed to arrive home as scheduled.

"No foul play is suspected in this unfortunate traffic related fatality," Strovink said.

Original Salem-News.com article: Human Remains Recovered From the Clackamas River‏





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