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GATES, OR -- Three Central Oregonians were killed in two separate weekend crashes. According to State Police, a Redmond couple was westbound on Highway 22 in Marion County, Saturday evening, when the driver, 84-year-old William Bodden, crossed the centerline and hit another car head-on (pictured). He died on the way to the hospital ... His passenger, 77-year-old Diane Bodden, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver - a Hillsboro woman - suffered serious injuries. 
 
Later that night, 20-year-old Braden Fillmore, of Bend, drifted off Highway 78 in Malheur County. He overcorrected, crossed the highway and rolled his pickup. Fillmore was pronounced dead at the scene; no one else was involved in that crash. 

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