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By Andi Bourne

Snowmobiler Rescued Near Marshall Lake


Shawn Ellinghouse

After jumping off a 12-15 boulder, a snowmobiler from Frenchtown, Mont. landed in this creek bottom with his snowmobile pinning him partially in the water. Rescuers were able to get him out with the help of Two Bear Air, a rescue helicopter from Flathead County.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue volunteers responded to a call near Marshall Lake Thursday evening, March 1. A snowmobiler was reportedly pinned beneath his snowmobile in a small creek. The 60-year-old injured man from Frenchtown, Mont. was extracted by volunteers with the help of Two Bear Air and was taken to St. Patrick's Hospital via Life Flight.

Two snowmobilers were riding near Marshall Lake Thursday evening. One of the riders jumped a 12-15 foot boulder and crash-landed in a rocky creek bottom. His snowmobile landed on top of him in a small creek south, southwest of Ma...

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