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Salem-News.com (Sep-29-2010 11:21)

Perscription Drug Turn In Results

In less than four hours, Marion County residents turned in approximately one half ton of pharmaceuticals

(KEIZER, Ore.) - Keizer Police Department The Prescription Drug Turn-in event was held on Saturday at six sites throughout Marion County in Keizer, south Salem, northeast Salem, Silverton, Stayton and Turner.

Over 1,000 pounds of drugs from nearly 600 households were collected at the various sites. The Community Action Drug Prevention Network and the hosting law enforcement agencies wish to thank everyone who came out to properly dispose of their unused medications to keep them out of the environment and out of the wrong hands.

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Salem-News.com (May-28-2010 05:21)

Fire at Turner Mill Draws Three Alarm Response

Little is known at this point, firefighters are still on scene.

(TURNER, Ore.) - Fire in Turner Oregon 27 May 2010 We don't have any details at this point, but a serious fire broke out at a mill in Turner, Oregon, in the 1900 block of 3rd Street SE.

Firefighters responded to the blaze from multiple agencies, battling flames and keeping an eye out for each other.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-25-2009 15:25)

Crash on Turner Road Near Salem Prompts Warning from Police

Turner's Police Chief cites dangerous road as reason for too many crashes.

(TURNER, Ore.) - Turner Rural Fire District personnel attending to a 21-year old Eugene woman under the memorial marker to another crash victim at this same location. The Turner Police Department and the Turner Rural Fire Protection District responded to another one car injury crash in Condon’s Corners which is in the 6100 block of Turner Road SE.

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Salem-News.com (May-17-2008 22:57)

Turner Man Dies in Single Vehicle Crash

Investigators believe the driver may have experienced some type of medical problem which may have contributed to the motor vehicle crash.

(TURNER, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Marion County Sheriff's Deputies and Turner Fire District Officials responded to a single motor vehicle crash Saturday at 2:06 PM, in the 4900 Block of Hennies Road SE near Turner.

Upon arrival deputies and fire officials found that the driver, 68-year old John Wilson of Turner, the car's single occupant, had died as a result of the crash.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-14-2007 22:46)

Turner Man Dies in Collision With Log Truck

Highway 223 was closed about one hour.

(MONMOUTH) - fatal crash investigation One person died Wednesday afternoon when the car he was driving crossed the center line on Highway 223 about eight miles south of Monmouth and crashed with a fully loaded log truck.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-07-2007 18:29)

Fire Damages Turner Storage Building

The fire caused an estimated $50,000 in damage.

(TURNER) - fire investigation A two-alarm fire Wednesday morning destroyed a Turner storage building.

The Turner Fire District says just before 10:30 AM, firefighters were called to 1177 Enchanted Way.

Firefighters were able to quickly put the fire out, and they stayed on scene for several hours afterwards to remove combustible items.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-21-2007 18:44)

Turner Man Critically Injured After SUV Hits Power Pole

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

(SALEM) - Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 7300 block of Battle Creek Road SE early Sunday morning on a report of a single car motor vehicle crash.

The driver, 28-year-old Sean Michael Richardson of Turner, was operating his 2002 Chevy SUV south bound on Battle Creek Road.

The accident occurred at approximately 1:18 AM when he lost control of the vehicle in a curve and went off the roadway colliding with a power pole.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-02-2006 14:54)

Phone, Power Outages Reported in Turner

PGE estimates some 200 are without power.

(TURNER) - Lightning storm Utility crews are busy working to restore phone and power to residents of Turner this afternoon.

The Marion County Sheriff’s office says a car driven by a 24-year-old crashed into a utility pole this morning causing the outages.

Verizon officials say some 2,000 customers are without phone service.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-18-2006 09:08)

BREAKING NEWS!! Be Aware! Expect Major Delays on Interstate 5 South Near Salem

Salem-News.com will have more on this Breaking News story when it becomes available

(SALEM ) - Crews are cleaning-up a semi-truck fire that occurred Monday morning on Interstate 5 south, near the Sunnyside/Turner exit.

Traffic is creeping through the area, and ODOT said delays could be as long as one, possibly two hours.

No word yet on why the truck caught fire, or the condition of the truck's driver.

Stay with Salem-News.com for more on this developing story.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-02-2006 12:17)

17-Year-Old Found Dead Saturday in His Turner Home

Turner Police are seeking information.

(TURNER) - death investigation Turner Police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy in Turner Saturday morning. Police Chief Gary Will says 17-year-old Ernest Cave was found in his home by his parents.

Will says Turner Police are leaving no stone unturned, "We've looked into every single rumor that has surfaced because of this and so far, none of them are true."

Investigators say there were no signs of foul play at the scene and an autopsy did not reveal a cause of death.

Police are awaiting the results of a toxicology report should be completed in about two weeks. "Every death is suspicious" Chief Will said. "We just have to wait for the toxicology reports now to see what information comes forth."

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