Authorities say the drowning of a 25-year-old Bozeman man in the Clark Fork River in Missoula was likely accidental. Missoula Police Sgt. Bob Bouchee says the investigation into Paul Michael Busch's death examined the possibility of an accident or a crime because the man suffered a head injury. But evidence now suggests an accident. Busch, who came to Montana from Pleasant Hill, Mo., about six years ago, attended the River City Roots Festival in Caras Park and was last seen at about 10 p.m. Saturday. Rafters spotted his body Sunday. Busch's belongings were found nearby, and the area where he apparently fell in has a steep bank, deep water and a swift current.  Busch was working toward a biology degree at Montana State University but was taking the fall semester off.

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