A bomb exploded at a West Coast Bank branch in Woodburn Friday, killing at least one person, and injuring at least two others.
The bomb detonated late afternoon around 5:45 p.m. at the bank in the 2500 block of Newberg Highway.
A Marion County deputy medical examiner said he was en route to the scene, saying that he was told of at least one fatality. He added that police were concerned about a secondary device in the area.
The bank had been evacuated before the bomb detonated, according to West Coast Bank chief executive Robert Sznewajs. The branch has been there for at least 10 years, he said.
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