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Third Snowmobile Crash Near Cook City This Week

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COOKE CITY, Mont. -

A snowmobiler is recovering from injuries he suffered just after noon Friday in the Round Lake area near Cooke City.

Park County Search and Rescue members and a Yellowstone National Park medic team provided medical treatment until Summit Air Ambulance arrived to take the man to Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.

This is the third snowmobile crash near Cooke City this week.

Yesterday, Brian Macpherson, 48, from Martensville, Saskatchewan died after attempting to jump over a creek on his snowmobile and crashed in the Abundance Flat area.

Tuesday, Zachary Junkermeier, 18, from Lake Lillian, Minn. died after being buried in an avalanche in the Daisy Pass/Crown Butte area.

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