McKenzie River

Tree blocking riverMCKENZIE BRIDGE: The Oregon State Marine Board warned last Thursday that a big tree was completely blocking the McKenzie River approximately 1/4 mile downstream of the Paradise Boat Ramp. Early reports that it had been felled into the river didn’t pan out when investigated by the Lane County Marine Patrol.

 

 

The Oregon State Marine Board reports a big tree is completely blocking the McKenzie River approximately 1/4 mile downstream of the Paradise Boat Ramp. Boat passage is completely blocked. People should scout the river before launching. Signs have been posted and marine patrol deputies are assessing the obstruction.

Hwy. 126/20 accidentPhoto Courtesy OSP
A Ford Explorer wound up in the lava as the result of a late night wreck near the junction of Hwy. 20 and 126 last Saturday.

SANTIAM PASS: A Bandon area man is facing multiple charges following an alcohol-involved serious injury single vehicle crash that occurred overnight at the Santiam Pass junction of Highway 126 and Highway 20. The man and his 5-year old son received non-life threatening injuries for which they are being treated at a Bend hospital.

 

 

May 26: 11:24 AM: Injury Accident – Marcola Rd. & Sunderman Rd. Vehicle vs. golf cart. 2 patients involved, 1 with a head injury & blood coming out of ear. Female is going in & out of consciousness. 11:35: Disregarding LifeFlight. Both involved are being transported. Report taken.

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