Rollover Motor Vehicle Crash on Highway 191 at mile marker 40 south of Big Sky

Big Sky Fire

For Immediate Release:

On July 16, 2014 at approximately 9:14 am, the Big Sky Fire Department, along with the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office and the Montana Highway Patrol, were dispatched to Highway 191 at mile marker 40 south of Big Sky for a rollover single motor vehicle accident.  Arriving units found that all occupants had been helped out of the vehicle by bystanders.  The pregnant driver and her two young children were transported to Bozeman Deaconess Hospital by BSFD for treatment of minor injuries.  An accident investigation is being conducted by MHP.

MVA 191 MM40 7-16-2014

MVA 191 MM40 7-16-2014a

Contact:

Big Sky Fire Chief William Farhat, 995-2100 or wfarhat@bigskyfire.org

Emergency Siren Test in Big Sky on Wednesday May 21

Big Sky Fire
The Big Sky Resort will be testing its emergency siren located at the western edge of the Big Sky Golf Course on Wednesday May 21 between 10:00 and 10:30 AM.  The test will be very brief.

The siren’s purpose is to warn individuals of sudden and potentially dangerous high stream flows originating from Lake Levinsky.

While this is only a test of the warning system, should you hear this siren at any other time, those downstream from Lake Levinsky should heed the warning and immediately evacuate the area.

To receive emergency notifications for this and other types of community emergencies, please register your cell phone on the Ready Gallatin Emergency Preparedness Network System (EPNS) website (http://www.readygallatin.com/epns/index.php) so that you are called and can receive important instructions. 

If you have any questions, you can contact me via email at wfarhat@bigskyfire.org or by phone at the Big Sky Fire Department, 406-995-2100. 
William Farhat
Fire Chief