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Teens Trapped by High Tide Rescued

“Hikers who get stranded by the incoming tide is all to common an occurrence,” said Mark Dobney, command duty officer at Sector Columbia River.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore. ) - MH 60 Jayhawk helicopter The Coast Guard assisted in the rescue of two teenagers stranded near Cannon Beach Sunday.

An aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Astoria, based out of Warrenton, Oregon, hoisted the two teenagers aboard an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter where aircrew members treated them for hypothermia.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2014 22:45)

Mother Wanted for Death of Toddler, Injured Teen in Ore. Motel Room Arrested

This was the first homicide in Cannon Beach in almost 50 years.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore. ) - Jessica Smith Police in Cannon Beach, Oregon say they have arrested the mother who was wanted in connection with the murder of her 2-year-old daughter and the attempted murder of her teenage daughter.

40-year-old Jessica Smith was taken into custody Sunday afternoon after her vehicle was found in a heavily forested area near Cannon Beach, police chief Jason Schermerhorn said.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2014 21:09)

Mom Wanted in Connection of Toddlers Death NOT Arrested in Salem will have updates as they come in.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - BREAKING NEWS Salem Police and the Marion County Sheriff's Office have both confirmed to Sunday night that 40-year-old Jessica Smith of Goldendale, Washington, who is wanted in connection with the death of a toddler and her teen sister found critically wounded in a Cannon Beach hotel, was NOT arrested in Salem or Marion County as many people on social media have been reporting.

Salem Police Lt. Steve Birr says their office has been getting lots of calls about the situation, and that Salem Police arrested Smith are not true. Marion County Sheriff's spokesman Sergeant Chris Baldridge also confirmed that currently there is nobody being held at the Marion County Jail.

Read Full Article (Nov-28-2009 23:43)

Cannon Beach High Angle Rescuers and Coast Guard Rescue Two

Rescue teams were climbed into a cave to retrieve the pair and a Coast Guard helicopter flew them to safety.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - The Coast Guard assisted Cannon Beach, Oregon authorities with the rescue of two people from a cave at Cannon Beach Saturday.

A spokesperson for the Coast Group/Air Station Astoria, says they received a request for assistance from Cannon Beach authorities.

Read Full Article (Oct-14-2009 23:29)

Police Confirm Fatality in Highway 101 Crash South of Cannon Beach

OSP troopers from the Astoria Area Command office and OSP collision reconstructionists are continuing the investigation.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - Fatal crash Police say one person died and four others were injured Wednesday evening in a two vehicle head-on crash on Highway 101 about one mile north of the Arch Cape tunnel south of Cannon Beach.

Oregon State Police troopers are continuing the investigation and the highway may be re-opened by midnight. All names will be released Thursday morning.

Read Full Article (Oct-14-2009 20:50)

Fatal Traffic Crash Blocking Highway 101 South of Cannon Beach

Drivers planning to drive south of Cannon Beach should be prepared for delays at minimum.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - Fatal crash Oregon State Police are on the scene of a fatal head-on crash on Highway 101 north of Arch Cape tunnel about six miles south of Cannon Beach.

OSP reports that the head-on crash with a confirmed fatality has Highway 101 blocked, with Oregon State Police troopers and local emergency agencies responding and on scene.

Read Full Article (Aug-10-2008 20:34)

Coast Guard Responds to Sinking Vessel Near Cannon Beach

The men had life jackets and other emergency equipment that the Coast Guard says make a huge difference.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - Coast Guard helicopter The Coast Guard assisted a capsized vessel with four men on board off of Cannon Beach, Oregon, Sunday morning. The Coast Guard Group in Astoria says they received a mayday call at 6:10 AM, from a 22-foot dory with four men on board. The caller said they were taking on water outside of the surf line off of Cannon Beach and were in need of immediate assistance.

The Coast Guard 13th District Command Center also received a position from the vessel's Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) that had been activated by one of the men. This allowed rescue agencies to be alerted with accurate information concerning the location of the boat.

Read Full Article (Apr-10-2008 14:59)

Update: Body Found Sunday on Beach Near Cannon Beach Identified as Missing Newberg Man

The bodies of James Nibler and Curtiss Heuer who were aboard the same boat, were previously recovered.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - Coast Guard rescueman Police say a body that washed up onto the beach Sunday afternoon south of Cannon Beach was positively identified by the Clatsop County Medical Examiner as a Newberg man missing since a February 23rd boating incident in the Columbia River. The man's next of kin have been notified.

64-year old Lawrence Gene Nibler of Newberg, was one of three men who died in the February 23rd boating incident.

Read Full Article (Apr-10-2008 13:02)

Body Found on Oregon Coast Identified

The bodies of James Niber and Curtis Heuer were previously recovered.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore. ) - death investigation A body that washed up onto the beach Sunday afternoon about 2 1/2 miles south of Cannon Beach was positively identified by the Clatsop County Medical Examiner as a Newberg man missing since a February 23rd boating incident in the Columbia River.

64-year-old Lawrence Gene Nibler, from Newberg, was one of three men who died in the February 23rd boating incident. While crabbing near buoy 22 in Hammond, a crab pot line became entangled in the out-drive of their 17-foot open bow Weldcraft vessel and the boat subsequently capsized.

Read Full Article (Apr-07-2008 10:27)

Man`s Remains Discovered Near Cannon Beach

Police say the death investigation is underway at Ocean Shore south of Cannon Beach.

(CANNON BEACH, Ore.) - Death Investigation Oregon State Police are working with the Clatsop County Medical Examiner in an attempt to positively identify the remains of an adult male found Sunday afternoon washed up on the beach about 2 1/2 miles south of Cannon Beach.

Police say Sunday at approximately 4:45 PM, a person walking on the beach found the partial remains of an adult male south of Cannon Beach.

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