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(Sandy, OR)  --  Officials say the body of a hiker who was swept away in the swollen Sandy River has been recovered.  The incident happened around three o'clock yesterday afternoon when a footbridge on a trail to Ramona Falls in Mount Hood National Forest was washed away.  The man's body was located and recovered several hours later.  Rescue crews also retrieved a number of other hikers who became stranded on the far side of the river after the bridge went out.

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