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Middle-aged man who went missing in Yellowstone River still not found, search continues

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Montana – Crews are still looking for a middle-aged man who went missing in the Yellowstone River on Sunday afternoon between Reed Point and Greycliff, Montana.

According to Sweet Grass County Sheriff, the man entered the Yellowstone River while standing on the bank in an attempt to catch a raft that had gone adrift. He was carried away after that and hasn’t been seen since.

At the time of the incident, the man was not wearing a life jacket.

The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office helicopter, Gallatin County search and rescue dogs, and the US water rescue from Billings assisted Sweet Grass County Search and Rescue in the search.

The search for the man will continue.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sweet Grass County Sheriff’s Office at (406)932-5143.

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