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Search continues for body of Eagle Mountain boy
First Published Jul 09 2012 01:42 pm • Last Updated Jul 09 2012 02:00 pm

The search continued Monday for a 9-year-old Eagle Mountain boy, who fell and was swept away while horseback riding in northwestern Wyoming.

Tyler Hatch was attempting to ride across the south fork of the Shoshone River on July 2 when he was thrown from the horse, authorities said.

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Search and rescue crews have been looking for Tyler’s body without success since the day the accident occurred and were trying to determine where to focus Monday’s search efforts, the Billings Gazette reported.

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