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Sheriff's ID Man Pulled from Clark Fork River

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MISSOULA - The Missoula Coroner identifies a man pulled from the Clark Fork River as 60-year-old Jack Pray of Missoula.

Missoula Sheriff deputies say Pray was spotted in the river Wednesday evening and emergency teams were able to recover him near the California Street Bridge between Orange and Russell streets.

They say Pray died of drowning.
     


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