Floaters and fishermen have had a spectacular view of recent MRL wreckage on the Clark Fork, but it was also quite a sight from the air! On a recent flight over the area I was able to snap some pics of the wreckage. It was a little weird flying in an airplane looking at airplane parts spilled from a train into a river. Here is what it looks like from above:
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