Crews rescue man in the Sandy River Delta
Emergency crews rescued a man and his dog along the east bank of the Sandy River south of I-84 on Tuesday, April 30. The man and his dog did not suffer any injuries.
The Gresham Fire Department responded to a water rescue call at 3:11 p.m., along with crews from the Corbett Fire Department, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (MSCO) and American Medical Response (AMR) teams to a report of a water rescue at Thousand Acres Park on the Sandy River, according to a press release from GFD.
An exact location of the victim was unknown. The Corbett Fire Department and MCSO searched the trails in the Thousand Acres Park area and a GFD rescue boat searched the Sandy River south of the I-84 overpass where Gresham crews found the stranded pair.
They were transported by to the Lewis and Clark Boat Ramp where they were medically evaluated and released by AMR.
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