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Weekend Ends In Tragedy
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Weekend Ends In Tragedy

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The following information was released by Sheridan County Coroner Dave Fulkerson: An afternoon outing turned to tragedy for five northeastern Montana teens on Easter Sunday.
The five were on a paddle-boat on Medicine Lake; precisely what happened is not yet clear to investigators, but all five went into the 38 degree water.
Three were able to reach shore, but in spite of their efforts to rescue their friends, Carlie Anderson, 18, and her brother, Ty, 16, were lost. Carlie’s body was recovered Sunday afternoon, she was pronounced dead at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Plentywood; Ty is presumed dead. Efforts to recover his body are continuing Monday, with divers from Valley and Roosevelt counties searching the cold, turbid lake waters (near Montana Highway 16 just south of the town of Medicine Lake) in conditions of extremely poor visibility.
Recovery efforts and investigation are being handled by the Sheridan County Sheriff’s office.
The following information was released by Sheridan County Coroner Dave Fulkerson: An afternoon outing turned to tragedy for five northeastern Montana teens on Easter Sunday.
The five were on a paddle-boat on Medicine Lake; precisely what happened is not yet clear to investigators, but all five went into the 38 degree water.
Three were able to reach shore, but in spite of their efforts to rescue their friends, Carlie Anderson, 18, and her brother, Ty, 16, were lost. Carlie’s body was recovered Sunday afternoon, she was pronounced dead at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Plentywood; Ty is presumed dead. Efforts to recover his body are continuing Monday, with divers from Valley and Roosevelt counties searching the cold, turbid lake waters (near Montana Highway 16 just south of the town of Medicine Lake) in conditions of extremely poor visibility.
Recovery efforts and investigation are being handled by the Sheridan County Sheriff’s office.
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