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(Curry Co., OR)  --  The U.S. Coast Guard says it's suspended the search for a 31-year-old Salem man and his three-year-old son, who were swept into the Pacific Ocean from a beach near Floras Lake.  Officials say rescue crews covered nearly 600 miles in the previous 22 hours looking for the man and his son.  The Coast Guard says Jayson Dean Thomas and the three-year-old were seen Sunday being swept away by a wave at Boice Cope County Park, located about four miles north of Cape Blanco, Oregon.  According to Oregon State Police, this area of the beach has a steep angle to the water.

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