Marshall V. Stanley died attempting to save Carmen M. Rodriguez from drowning, Naselle, Washington, August 28, 1982. Carmen, 3, fell into the Deep River and floated, unconscious, downstream. Stanley, 54, log rafter, was alerted by a neighbor and ran to the river. He swam 40 feet to Carmen, who was floating face down. He turned Carmen over, then submerged. A man with a boat arrived and rescued Carmen. Stanley drowned; his body was found two hours later.
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