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A nine-year-old girl from southeast Portland drowned Monday morning at Cape Lookout State Park at the Oregon Coast. Police identified her Tuesday morning as Angelica Fisher. According to police, the girl was at the park as part of a large family gathering. She and three other children were playing in the surf about 30 feet from the shore. They were on a floatation toy described as a large inflatable whale when a wave swept it out from underneath them. As the children were returning to shore a second wave hit them, taking her under water.

 

 

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