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In 1911, 47-year-old John F. Enquist was returning to Destruction Island Lighthouse in Washington from being on leave. He was hit in the head and his skull crushed when a derrick boom fell on him during his transport from the tender Heather to the station. (Courtesy Clatsop County Historical Society)
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