Second Body Recovered After Montana Boating Accident
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The body of a Montana man has been recovered after a weekend boating accident in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area in Montana.
Officials say the body of 36-year-old Nathan Kelley of Billings was recovered Wednesday, along with the sunken boat.
Recreation area officials say Kelley's body was turned over to the coroner in Big Horn County, Montana.
Three people died in Saturday's boating accident on Bighorn Lake, while 63-year-old Robert Ludwick of Billings was injured.
The body of 59-year-old Tammy Scoville of Billings was recovered on Sunday.
A section of the lake remained closed Thursday while crews continued to search for the final victim.