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Nocona Woman Injured in Oregon Crash Still Hospitalized

A woman who survived a crash that killed her husband is still in the hospital. Mary and Ray walker were thrown from a motorcycle in Deschutes County, Oregon on August 15th.

The crash killed Ray walker and critically injured Mary Walker. She's now listed in fair condition. The crash is still under investigation.

The Walkers were hit by an SUV driver who lost control and drove into oncoming traffic.

Wednesday, the Montague Methodist Church is hosting a 12 hour prayer vigil for Mary and her family from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary on Highway 59 in Montague.

 

 

 

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