OREGON CITY, Ore. (KOIN) -- A 26-year-old Canby woman jumped off a raft and into the Clackamas River upstream from Carver Park and went under the water around 4 p.m. Friday. Authorities are now trying to recover her body.
Meagan O'Meara-Clark was with another man at the time when she jumped off for a swim. Authorities said he made it to shore, but she did not and was not wearing a life jacket at the time.
The Clackamas County Water Rescue Consortium -- with personnel from five agencies -- began the search
immediately after receiving a call shortly after the woman went missing. Four rescue boats and six divers were involved in the search.
The recovery mission for O'Meara-Clark has been suspended until Saturday, when divers will be back to continue their search.
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