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20190818 202403
20190818 202403

It has come to our attention that there was an accident which resulted in a death and numerous injuries during the, Tri county Fair Demolition Derby in Deer Lodge, Montana August 18, 2019. 

This Feature was originally intended as a routine cultural arts and entertainment release. Due to the circumstances the cultural feature is being published instead as a memorial tribute to DaryLynne Day of Anaconda, the afflicted injury victims and all their families and loved ones.


As it turns out, the footage in this "Event Feature", was filmed at the exact approximate location where the fatal accident occurred around approximately an hour or less from, the time of the fatal accident.

It is notable that QSPNLive.com is not a news and information resource. The QSPNLive network platform is solely an Arts and Entertainment Venue.  We rarely follow or report on main stream news and information. QSPNLive had no knowledge of the fatal accident prior to the incident occurring or even after publishing what was prepared as, a typical cultural event media feature. Our studio had no news of the accident until Tuesday afternoon as we had been occupied producing and publishing Tri County Fair cultural feature clips and galleries for our network viewers enjoyment. 

The following links are actual NEWS & INFORMATION service resources whom did make public reports regarding the accident.

Montana Standard --- Great Falls Tribune --- ABC Fox Montana

In light of the circumstances, we offer humble condolences to the accident victims, their families, friends and the communities as a whole. The Montana Standards reports that, "The woman who died was 36-year-old DaryLynne Day of Anaconda, a Powell County Ambulance emergency medical technician. Services were pending with Longfellow Finnegan Riddle Funeral Home."

Julian Ricci, President


(Press release edited for grammar @ 1:00 am MT Time Denver)

Scheduled summer event coverage feature below as it originally published prior to knowledge of the accident:


Hold Onto You Hat!

If you've never been to see this exciting event before then, you might consider putting it on your 2020 Summer Bucket List!