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Salem-News.com (Sep-07-2012 15:06)

Death Investigation in Chemult

Detectives are updating the Klamath County District Attorney's Office as the investigation progresses.

(CHEMULT, OR) - Death Investigation Oregon State Police (OSP) Criminal Investigation Division detectives are continuing the investigation into the death of an adult male during an incident Tuesday morning in Chemult.

The names of persons involved are released in this update, but a cause of death hasn't been confirmed by the State Medical Examiner's Office following an autopsy Thursday.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-02-2008 13:03)

Several Injured in Crash Near Chemult, Oregon

People in a passenger car were injured as well as the driver of one semi.

(CHEMULT, Ore.) - Photos of crash scene Six people received non-life threatening injuries Saturday morning in a multiple vehicle crash on an icy stretch of Highway 97 about 13 miles south of Chemult, Oregon State Police said.

All involved people were using safety restraints. Senior Trooper Smith credits safety restraints use with preventing more serious injuries to the occupants in the Chrysler. Highway 97 was closed about three hours at the scene of the crash.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2008 20:25)

Three Walk Away from Plane Crash South of Chemult

The pilot didn't know the ground was snow covered.

(CHEMULT, Ore.) - Crashed Cessna near Chemult, Oregon 1-25-08 Three people escaped injured Friday afternoon when the plane they were in flipped onto its top while attempting to land at a small plane landing in Beaver Marsh south of Chemult.

Oregon State Police Sergeant Mark Crisp says that today around 2:20 PM, a Cessna 172 operated by 41-year old William Boyd of Hillsboro, was flying in the area of Crater Lake with two other occupants when he attempted to land at Beaver Marks air landing strip west of Highway 97.

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