Missoula man killed in single-car crash near Sula

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Members of the Ravalli County Search and Rescue and Darby Volunteer Fire Department worked last Thursday to remove a vehicle involved in a fatal accident north of Sula from a pool of water.

Courtesy Montana Highway Patrol Sgt. Scott Bennett

A 30-year-old Missoula man was killed Thursday in a single-car crash north of Sula.

On Tuesday morning, Montana Highway Patrol Sgt. Scott Bennett identified the man as Logan Robinson.

Details of the crash remain sketchy.

The accident was called in by a passerby at 9:30 a.m. Thursday after Robinson’s Nissan Altima was spotted half-submerged in a pool of water alongside U.S. Highway 93.

“We don’t know what time the crash occurred,” Bennett said Tuesday.

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The fact that Logan’s body was partially submerged in the cold water made it difficult for the coroner to determine time of death.

Logan’s vehicle was traveling northbound when it came to a place where the road curved to the left. It went off the right side of the road, launched into a

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