HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana man faces a negligent homicide charge for a rollover crash south of Florence last month that killed his partner and injured their three daughters, Ravalli County officials said. The girls — ages 7, 8 and 10 — said the Sept. 7 crash happened...
BILLINGS, Mont. — A candid moment between a firefighter and a pediatric patient has gone viral after a Billings responder was photographed reading a book to a small child who had just survived a car crash. Crews responded to the scene of a two-vehicle car crash on Sept. 29, FOX...
Firefighters brought in a tanker jet to drop a fire-retardant chemical load onto a wildfire raging within a Montana national park. “A VLAT [very large air tanker] that was timing out for the season helped us out by dropping one of its last loads over the Crown Mountain Fire,” according to a report on the blaze that accompanied footage of the chemical drop posted by the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
MISSOULA, Mont. — A 42-year-old Libby man died Thursday in a one-vehicle crash near Livingston. According to the Montana Highway Patrol the man was driving too fast on Swingley Road in rainy conditions with mud. The Chevy slid off the road, rolled down an embankment and collided with a fence.
One man who was injured in the September 25 derailment said the pain from the injuries he sustained during the incident was "unbelievable."
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One of the passengers who survived the derailment of an Amtrak train in rural Montana last month is telling his story. The crash killed three people and injured dozens of others. (Oct. 7) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress. Website: https://apnews.com. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/. . You can license this story through...
If you needed another reminder to be alert when out hiking or hunting this time of year, we've got one for you. A man hunting for Elk near Cody, Wyoming over the weekend was attacked by a Grizzly Bear. The man was later flown to a hospital in Billings with what were described as "non life threatening injuries"