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Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2008 15:49)

Dump Truck Drops Hundreds of Pounds of Rocks on Highway

The leaking load struck an OSP patrol car on Highway 99E north of Canby.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Dump truck involved in spill incident in Oregon, 1-25-08 Traffic on Highway 99E north of Canby ground to a halt Friday morning after several hundred pounds of carbon rock spilled from a semi truck trailer and struck an Oregon State Police patrol car traveling in the opposite direction.

The patrol car only received minor damage and the southbound lanes were closed two hours for cleanup, OSP Spokesman Greg Hastings said.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-04-2008 16:53)

Man`s Arm Crushed by Conveyor Belt in Canby

The extrication carried out by firefighters and employees took nearly 20 minutes.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Rescue of man whose arm was crushed in Canby, Oregon 1-4-08 A machine crushed a man's arm in a heavy steel belt roller at Canby Sand and Gravel. Canby firefighters say an employee was involved in a digging and hauling operation.

He was cleaning mud off a conveyor when he became entangled in the machine.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-27-2007 14:19)

Canby Police Deliver Family Christmas Miracle

A Canby family's Yorkie named "Penny" went missing after her owner was involved in a three vehicle traffic collision December 20th.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Yorkie named Penny that was missing just before Christmas in Canby, Oregon 2006 Canby Police Officers located a mini Yorkie dog Sunday December 23rd that was missing from a traffic crash that occurred on the afternoon of Thursday December 20th.

The family spent exhaustive hours searching for their dog and for a while they wondered if they would ever see her again.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-19-2007 00:02)

Pregnant Woman Among Patients Lifeflighted From Crash in Canby

The crash happened on South Barnards Road and South Elisha Road. Of the four injured, three patients were Lifelighted.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Crash in Canby, Oregon, 12-18-07 Several people including were injured in a car crash at the intersection of S. Barnards Road and S Elisha Road in Canby this evening. A pregnant woman was among the injured. Canby Fire Division Chief Troy Buzalsky says crews were dispatched to the scene at 6:35 PM.

"When firefighters arrived they quickly triaged the scene and determined that they had four patients, two who were out of their vehicles walking, and two still in the mini-van, which was sitting in the middle of a front lawn."

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Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2007 00:25)

Deceased Man Found In Gribble Creek Identified by Clackamas Investigators

The Clackamas Sheriff's Office would like to hear from anyone who may know about the vehicle theft and Joshua Carver's death.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Joshua Wiley Carver The Clackamas County Deputy Medical Examiner has identified a deceased 20-year old man whose body was recovered by his father in Gribble Creek, along South Lone Elder Road, in Canby.

He is identified as Joshua Wiley Carver, whose address was listed with a residential family address in Hubbard. He had prior residential addresses in Milwaukie and West Linn.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-03-2007 15:57)

Parade Means Canby Firefighters Will Brave the Weather Tonight

Canby Fire encourages residents to come out and get that foul weather photo.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Canby Fire This bad weather will not stop Canby Firefighters from their annual neighborhood parades supporting Canby area family's by collecting non perishible foods and toys, says Canby Fire Spokesman Troy Buzalsky.

He says tonight's parade starts at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds at 6:30 PM, and will run through various neighborhoods until it finishes at N Pine and 99E.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-30-2007 06:29)

Canby House Fire Triggers Explosions; Firefighter Injured

The injured firefighter was transported to Meridian Park Hospital, where she was later released with minor injuries.

(CANBY, Ore. ) - canby house fire At 12:26 AM on Thursday, Canby Firefighters responded to a house fire located at 12777 S. Union Hall Rd. Upon arrival firefighters found a home fully involved in fire.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-18-2007 13:30)

Canby Fire Frees Victim from Crash Wreckage

The patient was airlifted by Lifeflight and transported to Emanuel hospital.

(CANBY, Ore.) - Extrication from crash, Canby, Oregon 11-18-07 Canby Fire teams were called out this morning after a four-door Saturn Sedan crashed into a power pole in the 24500 block of S. Central Point Road around 8:00 AM.

Fire Spokesman Troy Buzalsky says that when firefighters arrived, they found that both airbags had been deployed and the one occupant, and adult male, was unconscious and trapped in the drivers seat.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-12-2007 18:18)

Canby Couple Trapped in Truck Snagged by Downed Live Wire

The people in the truck stayed inside until safely freed from the live wire.

(CANBY, Ore.) - This PGE technician freed the vehicle, only to learn that his aunt was one of the people inside the vehicle.  Photo courtesy: A couple trapped in the cab of their pickup did the right thing today, after it became entangled in a downed power line.

They stayed inside the vehicle until emergency crews safely freed them, and were not injured.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-19-2007 19:44)

Firefighters Rescue Horse That Fell Through Bridge

"This is just another example of how our training in multiple disciplines of rescue operations benefits all of us... even Silky." - Canby Battalion Chief Robb Milano

(CANBY, Ore.) - Photos of horse rescue Canby, Oregon 10-19-07 Conditions allowed Canby and Clackamas firefighters to rescue a 26-year old appaloosa horse that had fallen partly through a bridge that spanned a creek. Troy Buzalsky, Division Chief with Canby Fire, says it was a tough rescue, but the firefighters had enough "horsepower" to safely lift the animal from its precarious spot.

Upon arrival firefighters found a 1000-pound Appaloosa Horse, named Silky, whose hind legs had broken through the wooden deck boards of a bridge and were dangling just inches above the Gribble Creek.

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