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"It's devastating for everybody," said Julie Ryan, a close friend of one of the victims.
Heidi Ferguson said she heard panic in the caller's voice and she soon learned that the caller was trapped on the third floor of the burning building.
The Corvallis Fire Department Stairclimb team raised nearly $33,000 for the 28th Annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Firefighter Stairclimb.
Deputies are asking people to avoid the area of Grant Smith Road, near Ingram Drive, until further notice.
Dr. Uemura said there is research being done, especially on early detection.
Marshall Hitt died outside of his home in south Myrtle Creek when a tree fell on him: "It uprooted and hit him from behind...he never heard it coming."
After an investigation, police arrested 61-year-old Kevin Cooper for murder.
The massive snowstorm brought down at least 1,000 trees and downed power lines along the highway.
ODOT crews have opened Hwy. 38 and Hwy. 138 West.
Police said Jose Lopez-Jovel and Matthew Fanelli are associated with a multi-state crime spree of violent criminal activity.