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Last Update Monday, August 19th, 2019
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Rescue personnel work to free a motorist who hit a tree along Upper River Road on Friday. The driver, Walter Crouse Jr., died later Friday night from his injuries. He founded a dairy in 1962 now known as Fort Vannoy Farms.

Walter Crouse Jr. of Grants Pass, 97, a fixture in the Grants Pass community whose dairy is now known as Fort Vannoy Farms died Friday night after a vehicle crash earlier in the day.

His son Bob, who now runs the businesss, said his father died Friday night, hours after the crash on Upper River Road west of town.

According to Rural/Metro Fire, Crouse's car hit a tree after veering off the road at Granite Hill Cemetery around 12:32 p.m. Friday. Read More »

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