- Associated Press - Sunday, January 24, 2016

ESTACADA, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say a man remains missing after the pickup truck he was riding in slid off a road in the Mount Hood National Forest and into the Collawash River.

Two teenagers told Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies they were able to climb out a window and swim to shore, but they believed the 26-year-old Woodburn man they were with did not make it out.

Someone came upon the crash site early Sunday morning on Forest Service Road 63, which leads to Bagby Hot Springs. The passer-by drove 30 minutes to a phone to report the crash.

Responders arrived to find one female on the bank near the road and another stuck on the other side of the river. Neither was seriously injured.

The truck was under two to four feet of water. Authorities said they planned to have divers attempt to recover the vehicle and search for the man on Monday.

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