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Oregon Considered

11/15/2006 - Sandy River Changes Course

November 15, 2006

1115_sandy2.jpgThe latest storm hitting Oregon and Washington is bringing more rain and high winds tonight, even as those most affected by last week's flooding are still recovering. Officials in Clackamas County are watching the Sandy River closely.

The river changed its course at several points during a flood last Monday.

Colin Fogarty visited the Sandy River near the town of Hoodland, and chatted with Allison Frost about what he saw.
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