Here's the story:
A Piper Seminole belonging to a local flight school collided with an unidentified biplane (after watching the news reel this evening, it looks like the biplane was of mostly metal construction-kind of odd for most biplanes that I know of), and then made a safe off-field landing at Champoeg State Park (after both aircraft rained debris over several campers at the park). The collision happened about 4 miles WNW of UAO, on a very clear sunny afternoon. Beautiful flying weather this afternoon.
If the tail number of this Seminole is the one I think it is, it is one very unlucky bird (it has been severely damaged in at least one other accident).
My regards to the family of the deceased