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Salem-News.com (Sep-23-2010 23:14)

One Dies in Highway 26 east of Government Camp

This stretch of Highway 26 is open range where livestock may be lawfully permitted to run at large.

(GOVERNMENT CAMP) - Fatal crash 23 Sept. 2010 Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into Thursday morning's fatal traffic crash involving a commercial vehicle on Highway 26 about seventeen miles east of Government Camp on the Warm Springs Reservation.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2010 17:46)

Police Investigate Fatal Crash on Highway 26 east of Government Camp

The crash remains under investigation.

(GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Oregon State Police troopers are investigating a traffic crash that resulted in the death of a Pine Grove-area woman on Highway 26 about ten miles east of Government Camp.

According to OSP Lieutenant Pat Ashmore, on January 25, 2010 at approximately 7:44 a.m. a commercial truck pulling two tankers loaded with malt driven by 63-year old Ronald Lewis Jory of Olympia, Washington was eastbound on packed snow/ice covered Highway 26 near milepost 65.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-09-2008 21:29)

Three Injured in DUII Related Crash West of Government Camp

The van's right front passenger reportedly saw the out-of-control driver coming, unbuckled his safety restraints and jumped into the back of the van just before impact.

(GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore.) - Crash investigation Oregon State Police say three people were injured and one driver is in custody following a two-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on Highway 26, about one mile west of Government Camp.

Preliminary information indicates that today at approximately 2:15 PM, a 2008 Nissan Armada SUV was westbound on Highway 26 near milepost 52 when it crossed into the eastbound lanes and crashed nearly head-on with a 1990 Volkswagon Vanagon.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-02-2006 13:09)

Semi-Truck Rollover First of Several Early Morning Crashes Leading to Closure of Highway 26

The first rollover seemed to initiate a chain reaction that led to a number of vehicles being wrecked.

(GOVERNMENT CAMP) - Wrecked trucks Approximately a dozen vehicles, including commercial trucks and passenger cars, were involved in several crashes early Thursday morning on a three-mile stretch of Highway 26 about seven miles east of Government Camp. An icy condition related to freezing rain was a contributing factor.

Thursday morning at approximately 5:00 AM, the first of several crashes occurred on Highway 26 near milepost 65.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-04-2006 12:07)

Driver Involved in May 7th Quadruple Fatal Crash East of Government Camp Arrested

The crash in May left four people dead, including the driver's sister.

(GOVERNMENT CAMP) - Suspect and crash scene Police say the driver of a car involved in a May 7th fatal traffic crash on Highway 26 east of Government Camp that resulted in the death of four people, was arrested Friday
morning following an indictment by the Wasco County Grand Jury.

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Salem-News.com (May-07-2006 23:01)

Four People Die in Crash Near Government Camp

Tragic crash claims four lives

(GOVERNMENT CAMP) - fatal crash investigation Four people died in a head-on crash on Highway 26 near Government Camp Sunday afternoon.

It happened at about 1:20 PM on Highway 26 near milepost 64, which is eight miles east of Government Camp.

Police say a black 1999 BMW operated by 22-year old Andrey Blashishin of Portland had been eastbound on Highway 26 when it crossed the centerline and struck a silver 2004 Dodge Intrepid operated by 55-year old Gary Dean Matlick of Bend, that had been traveling westbound.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-14-2006 09:03)

Snow Advisory Issued For Oregon Cascades

ODOT Reminder: Having studded tires on your vehicle is now illegal in Oregon

(GOVERNMENT CAMP) - The Northern Oregon Cascades along with the South Washington Cascades and the Cascades in Lane County have all been issued a snow advisory through tomorrow morning.

Those affected include Government Camp, Detroit, Santiam Pass, McKenzie Bridge, the Willamette Pass and Mount St. Helens.

The advisory remains in effect until 7:00 AM Saturday.

Rain will continue this morning with snow in the mountains over five-thousand feet. Steady precipitation will turn to showers on the coast this morning and inland this afternoon.

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