Kyle Massick, a photographer for a river rafting company in Montana, shot this photo July 4, 2014, that shows Boeing 737 fuselages partially in the Clark Fork River after the railcars that were carrying them derailed from the tracks adjacent to the river. The 737 fuselages were built at Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita and were on their way to the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington for final assembly.
Kyle Massick, a photographer for a river rafting company in Montana, shot this photo July 4, 2014, that shows Boeing 737 fuselages partially in the Clark Fork River after the railcars that were carrying them derailed from the tracks adjacent to the river. The 737 fuselages were built at Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita and were on their way to the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington for final assembly. Kyle Massick Courtesy photo
Kyle Massick, a photographer for a river rafting company in Montana, shot this photo July 4, 2014, that shows Boeing 737 fuselages partially in the Clark Fork River after the railcars that were carrying them derailed from the tracks adjacent to the river. The 737 fuselages were built at Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita and were on their way to the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington for final assembly. Kyle Massick Courtesy photo

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