ALBANY, Ore. — Public safety workers used a boat and a cadaver dog to search the Willamette River near Corvallis for a missing Brownsville woman, but haven’t found her.
The Albany Democrat-Herald reports that Benton County Undersheriff Greg Ridler said they would continue the search for Suzanne Durheim on Friday.
Authorities say Durheim’s pickup apparently slid off an icy Highway 20 Monday morning and crashed into the Willamette River near the Hewlett-Packard campus.
She was reported missing on Monday afternoon by her family after she didn’t show up for work. Family members found a piece of her pickup’s fender along Highway 20 on the route she took to work.
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Authorities searched for signs of Durheim Monday, and found her pickup on Tuesday afternoon.
The pickup was removed from the river on Wednesday.
Information from: Albany Democrat-Herald, http://www.dhonline.com