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Crews in Utah County are working to rescue a 12-year-old boy who fell and cut his leg open while hiking near the base of Mount Timpanogos.
The boy’s location is too high for a medical helicopter to go, Utah County Sheriff’s Office officials said Wednesday, so they are working to reach him on the ground.
Salt Lake County
Native American Celebration
Time: Event starts at 7 a.m.; Fireworks at 10 p.m.
Location: Liberty Park, 600 E. 1300 South
Utah Pioneer Days at West Jordan
Time: 10 p.m.
Location: Veterans Memorial Park, 1985 W. 7800 South
Time: 9:45 p.m.
Location: Butler Park, 7500 S. 2700 East, Cottonwood Heights
Salt Lake Bees vs.
A 72-year-old Delta man died Tuesday night after he lost control his truck while pulling a camp trailer on Interstate 15 near Scipio, the Utah Highway Patrol reported Wednesday.
John M. Doyle was driving northbound on I-15 at about 7 p.m. when the trailer began with sway back and forth several miles south of Scipio in Millard County.
Doyle lost control and veered into the median, where both the truck and trailer rolled, according to the UHP.
Doyle and his wife, Patricia A.
First, your radio would stop working. Your GPS likely would get confused.
Minutes to hours later, satellites would start failing, interrupting communications and televisions.
Then, the next day, widespread blackouts. Nothing that needed a wall socket would work. Most toilets wouldn’t flush because most water supplies work on electric pumps.
The damage could total trillions of dollars and take months or years to fully mend.
The feelings are always the same for Dennis Ford.
He may look cool and collected from afar as he climbs the ladder and perches at the top of the flying trapeze.
But inside, it’s a different story.
His heart beats faster. He’s jittery. He has to remind himself: breathe. It’s been this way every time he has been on a flying trapeze in the past five years.
And then, he jumps.
He swings effortlessly, lets go of the bar and flips three times.