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Group rescued after vehicle slides off road

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BOZEMAN - On Saturday night Gallatin County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team were able to get four people out of a car that had slid off a dirt road with a 15-20 foot drop off below the vehicle.

According to a press release, a Gallatin County Sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a call at about 8 p.m. when a caller said he found a vehicle on Little Bear Road.

The occupants did not want to get out of the vehicle in fear of the car going over the edge.

Search and Rescue personnel was able to secure the vehicle and assist the four occupants to safety.  A tow truck was also requested, and upon arrival pulled the vehicle safely back onto the road.

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