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Five people, all believed to be Americans, were killed when their 12-seat white water raft overturned in a stretch of wild water in British Columbia, police reported. According to U.S. relatives, one of the victims was Richard T. O'Reilly, 65, director of the New York-based Media Advertising Partnership for a Drug-Free America. O'Reilly, head of a Connecticut agency that bears his name, also handled advertising for Ronald Reagan in the 1980 presidential campaign. Police identified two of the dead in the Saturday accident on the Chilko River as Robert V. Goldstein, 50, of Cincinnati and James Fasules, 63, of Glen Ellyn, Ill. Names of the other victims were withheld.

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