.According to MHP, a vehicle was traveling on I-94 near mile marker 6 when the vehicle went off the road and crashed into a median at a high rate of speed.
MHP says the vehicle continued to travel down the median until it went over the top of the embankment and became airborne.
MHP says the vehicle flew approximately 200 feet before hitting a bridge support.
MHP says the vehicle came to a rest in a creek.
MHP says due to the surrounding shrubs and how far down the vehicle had landed, they were not able to locate the vehicle until a cellphone was pinged.
Katina Anderson confirmed on the KULR-8 Facebook page Saturday morning that the vehicle in question belonged to her family.
Anderson posted on her own Facebook page that the family was traveling through Montana on their way home after visiting family over Thanksgiving.
Extended members of the family also posted publically on their own Facebook pages confirming the family's vehicle had been found with all aboard deceased.
Chelsie Kay Dean was a member of the Manvel Volunteer Fire Department in North Dakota.
This article initially stated the family was traveling home to Idaho, The family was actually returning home from Idaho. The vehicle did have Idaho plates. Anderson Dean previously had an address listed in Caldwell, ID.
For our original story on the missing family click here.