Body of missing Lander resident found

LANDER, Wyo. — The body of 55-year-old David P. Hubble of Lander, Wyoming was found yesterday.

Hubble was reported missing on Sept. 19. He was reportedly scouting for elk in the Cold Springs, Wolf Point, Fossil Hill, Browns Canyon area near Lander, according to a press release from Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.

He was found near his “Arctic Cat” UTV in the bottom of a steep ravine near Grand Cedars Road south of Lander. Investigators determined his UTV rolled over a steep sidehill. Hubble was ejected from the vehicle as it rolled several times into the bottom of the ravine and killed in the crash.

The crash scene was several hundred yards away from any roadways and could not be seen from a distance.

Investigation into the cause and manner of death of David Hubble is being conducted under the authority of the Fremont County Coroner and further details will not be released at this time.

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