Byline: The Register-Guard
Man's body retrieved from Willamette River Willamette River
River, northwestern Oregon, U.S. It flows north for 300 mi (485 km) into the Columbia River near Portland. Oregon's most populous cities are in its valley. The Fremont Bridge, a steel arch with a main span of 1,225 ft (373 m), crosses the river at Portland.
Lane County Sheriff's Office marine deputies and search and rescue personnel pulled a man's body from the Willamette River in Eugene midday Sunday.
The man appears to be a white male in his mid-40's, the sheriff's office said. He was wearing a black T-shirt, beige beige
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Light grayish-brown or yellowish-brown to grayish-yellow. shorts, and brown loafer-type shoes. The cause of death is under investigation. An autopsy is scheduled for later in the week. The man's name was being withheld pending family notification.
A father and son canoeing canoeing, sport of propelling a canoe through water. John MacGregor, an English barrister and founder of the Royal Canoe Club (est. 1865), is generally credited with being the initiator of modern sport canoeing. the river saw the body about 40 feet from the river's west bank, south of the Owosso Bridge, about 11 a.m., according to according to
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Lane County marine deputies along with search and rescue personnel recovered the body. Eugene emergency personnel also responded.