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The Bitterroot River, deceptively calm. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot River Accident Claims Child’s Life

A six-year-old girl drowned in a boating accident Sunday afternoon on the Bitterroot River.

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photo courtesy of Lance Fisher/Flickr.com
photo courtesy of Lance Fisher/Flickr.com
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Flood Warning For Bitterroot River [AUDIO]

Flood warning for Friday on the Bitterroot River

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Photo From wsau.com
Photo From wsau.com
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Medical Issue Caused Crash Near Stevensville

 Authorities say a 61-year-old man suffered a medical condition that caused him to crash his SUV northwest of Stevensville.
Montana Highway Patrol Sgt. Ken Breidenbach says William James Fears was driving 3 mph or less on Stevensville Cutoff Road when he crashed sometime Friday morning. The vehicle landed upside down on a grassy patch right on the edge of the Bitterroot River.

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Picture From salem-news.com
Picture From salem-news.com
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More Details On Saturday’s Bitterroot River Drowning

Additional facts have come to light regarding the tragic drowning death of 14 year-old Alexander Pak in the Bitterroot River on Saturday afternoon. I spoke with Missoula County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Jason Johnson on Monday afternoon. That interview is attached.

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Picture From salem-news.com
Picture From salem-news.com
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14 Year-Old Drowning Victim Identified By Sheriff’s Office

I spoke with Missoula County Sheriff's Department Information Officer Jason Johnson Sunday evening about the 14 year-old boy who drowned in the Bitterroot River not far from MacClay's Bridge on Saturday. Johnson identifies the boy as Alexander Pak. That interview is attached.

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Temperatures Could Hit 90 Causing River To Rise Again

Although water levels in the Clark Fork River have decreased over the weekend, National Weather Service Forecaster Michelle Mead is expecting another flood warning after temperatures reach near 90 by Tuesday.

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Photo From Missoula County Sheriff
Photo From Missoula County Sheriff
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Flood Watch Issued For Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers

A flood watch has been issued for the weekend for The Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers. Forcaster with the NAtional Weather Service Mark Lefflebein says the warm weather is bringing the snow down into the rivers.

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Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
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Clark Fork Could Calm A Bit Over The Next Few Days

After several days of heavy rain, The Clark Fork river overflowed it's banks in Western Montana causing flooding problems in low-lying areas. However, according to Corby Nickerson with The National Weather service in Missoula, the Clark Fork will be calming a bit over the next few days.

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Missoula County Flooding Aerial Shots

The photos were taken from St. Patrick Hospital's Life Flight Helicopter and provided by Missoula County.

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The Bitteroot River and Its Backwaters

These photos were taken near Lolo along the Bitteroot River and near Buckhouse Bridge Fishing Access.

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