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May 25, 2019

Missing Montana family, including Air Force staff sergeant and two young children, found dead after Thanksgiving Day crash

November 26, 2018
Chelsi and Anthony Dean and their children, Laytlin and Avri (left to right) were killed in the crash. (University of North Dakota Police Department)

An Air Force family of four reported missing on Thanksgiving Day were found dead in their SUV after a crash.

Staff Sgt. Anthony James Dean died in the crash, along with wife Chelsi and daughters Kaytlin, 5, and Avri, 1, according to the Grand Forks Herald.

The Deans were last seen between Billings and Ekalaka on the way to visit family for Thanksgiving, according to the University of North Dakota Police Department.

Officials from the Highway Patrol told the newspaper that the car went off the road around 7 a.m. and crashed into a median “for a distance before going airborne,” then hitting a concrete bridge support and landing in the creek below.

“Words are not enough during a time like this,” Air ForceMaj. Eric Inkenbrandt, 69th Maintenance Squadron commander, said in a statement to the Grand Forks Herald. “AJ’s family brought a light to our maintenance community, and this loss strikes each of us deeply. May their friends and family be granted the strength and serenity to get through this sorrowful time.”

Chelsi Dean also served as a volunteer firefighter in Manvel, Montana.

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