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Mont. search and rescue volunteer killed in snowmobile accident

Cameron Mitchell Goins, 47, crashed into a tree during an avalanche preparedness training exercise


TROY, Mont. — A 47-year-old search and rescue team member was killed Saturday in a snowmobile crash during a training exercise southwest of Troy, the Lincoln County undersheriff reported Sunday.

Cameron Mitchell Goins, of Libby, was alone on his snowmobile when it crashed into a tree as he headed up the Keeler Creek drainage, according to Undersheriff Brent Faulkner.

Goins was a member of the David Thompson Search and Rescue team, which was taking part in a joint avalanche preparedness training exercise with CANAM Search and Rescue at the time of the accident.

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