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Salem-News.com (Nov-08-2006 08:48)
Searchers Find Body of One Missing Woman, Another Remains MissingSalem-News.com
The two women were both last seen wearing light blue hooded rain jackets and gray rain pants.
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A search resumed this morning for two women who were reported missing Tuesday after they went for a walk around Glenn Avenue in Gleneden Beach and never returned.
Salem-News.com (Sep-22-2006 09:38)
Fisherman Dies Off Oregon Coast ThursdaySalem-News.com
An autopsy has been scheduled to determine the cause of death.
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The Coast Guard airlifted a 40-year-old male from a charter fishing vessel three miles north of Depoe Bay, Thursday.
Salem-News.com (Jul-26-2006 13:02)
Three Men Rescued After Their Boat SinksSalem-News.com
In recent years the federal government mandated the use of emergency beacons that allow the crews to be rescued.
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The U.S. Coast Guard saved three men after their 68-foot fishing boat sunk 70 miles west of Depoe Bay Tuesday night.
Salem-News.com (Jan-06-2006 00:14)
High Surf Advisories Issued Along Oregon Beaches
(Lincoln City) - Winter surf continues to rage along the Oregon coastline, prompting officials to issue another high tide and high surf warning. Coast Guard and fire rescue crews have been busy this week, rescuing and assisting in the rescue of multiple beachgoers who were swept out or injured by sneaker waves.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jan-05-2006 00:04)
Beachgoers Swept Into The Ocean Keep Rescuers BusyTim King
(Lincoln Beach) - Water rescue operations were in full swing Wednesday on the central Oregon coast. A major storm slammed the coast with fury. Depoe Bay Fire District Chief Ron Smith says it was not a good day for a walk on the beach, "There are very rough conditions today, about twenty to twenty five foot surf.` He says beachgoers should stay clear on days like this.Read Full Article