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MT: Alcohol a factor in woman's fall from hunting stand

December 30, 2009

Whitefish Woman Dies After Apparent Fall from Hunting Stand

The Flathead County sheriff's department says a 44-year-old Whitefish woman whose body was found outside her house died after she apparently fell out of a hunting stand.

Sheriff Mike Meehan says Jeanette McNamara's husband reported her missing at about 8 a.m. Monday and a few minutes later called back to say he'd found her body about 75 yards from their home.

The sheriff says alcohol was a factor in the 16-foot fall, which authorities say was accidental. McNamara's body has been taken to the state crime lab in Missoula for an autopsy.

She leaves behind her husband and three teenage children.

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