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Mile 245 Report
July 6, 2010
Sunbathers under active rock slide area at The Point an ongoing problem.
Sunbathers under active rock slide area at The Point an ongoing problem. Approached one group of people and found myself talking with KATU news and North Lincoln County Fire Lt. Jim Kusz who were covering the cliff rescue from the night before. As I warned them of the dangers of being under such an active slide area, rocks came tumbling down. They moved. Talked with Jim about cliff climbing problem and agreed a warning sign should be installed. While we were talking, a car came driving down the beach to pick up camping equipment left behind. Went to "greet" them and informed them that overnight camping on the beach, as well as driving on the beach, are both illegal.
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