This Week’s Recap of Recreation Incidents

Every year as the weather starts to turn from non-stop gray to blue skies filled with sun we start to see an increase in injuries and deaths related to outdoor recreation.  The last week has been particularly busy for rescue units and recovery operations in Oregon.  Here is a quick recap of the week’s unfortunate events that will hopefully act as a reminder to all to be safe when having fun out there.

Mother Falls to her Death at Horsetail Falls in the Colubmia River Gorge: https://www.koin.com/news/mom-dies-3-year-old-hurt-in-fall-at-horsetail-falls/

This all happened in the span of less than 7 days.  We are all excited for the warmer weather to be here but lets all try and exercise some caution and learn from the unfortunate incidents that happened this week.

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