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Courage is a test of physical, moral challenges

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On Dec. 31, the Utah Highway Patrol reported that a 46-year-old driver with two nine-year-old girls and a four-year-old boy in his car, slipped off an icy road, rolled down an embankment and landed upside down in the frigid Logan River. Chris Wilden was driving by, stopped and plunged into the river. He saw the driver trying to get the kids out of the car, which was filling with water. Then six or eight more men jumped into the river and flipped the car right side up.

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