In 2009, Carolyn Lovin and her husband, Larry, were rescued from their flooded home at White River Estates in Pacific by Valley Regional Fire Authority personnel Anthony Rodriguez and Ted Kocher. The flood occurred after an intentional release from Mud Mountain Dam sent the White River over its banks.
In 2009, Carolyn Lovin and her husband, Larry, were rescued from their flooded home at White River Estates in Pacific by Valley Regional Fire Authority personnel Anthony Rodriguez and Ted Kocher. The flood occurred after an intentional release from Mud Mountain Dam sent the White River over its banks. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2009
In 2009, Carolyn Lovin and her husband, Larry, were rescued from their flooded home at White River Estates in Pacific by Valley Regional Fire Authority personnel Anthony Rodriguez and Ted Kocher. The flood occurred after an intentional release from Mud Mountain Dam sent the White River over its banks. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2009

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