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NUTTY PUTTY CAVE
POLICE BEAT - TWO 13 YEAR-OLDS STUCK

HELP NEEDED - Does anybody know the names of the two boys from this 2001 event?


POLICE BEAT

Daily HeraldSunday, 18 March 2001 - DailyHerald

HOT SPOTS -- An early season brush fire near 1000 South and I-15 in Orem occupied firefighters for about two hours from 4-6 p.m. Sunday. The fire, which burned about six acres, was likely started by sparks from a train.

* Provo fire crews battled a blaze at a building used for storage near 300 S. Draper Lane at about 9:30 a.m., Sunday. An unattended woodstove led to the fire, which caused an estimated $5,000 damage.

TIGHT SQUEEZE-- Two 13-year-old Boy Scouts from Sandy spent about four hours trapped in the "Birth Canal" section of the Nutty Putty Caves in North Utah County Saturday afternoon. Utah County Search and Rescue personnel freed the boys who were tired and dehydrated.

ACCIDENT -- A 20-year-old female suffered a compound ankle fracture after falling 5 feet from a rock-climbing wall at about 2 p.m., Saturday.

This story appeared in The Daily Herald on page A2.

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Deseret News

Rescuers remove 2 teens trapped for hours in caves

Tuesday, March 20, 2001 4:40 p.m. MST

Two 13-year-old Boy Scouts from Sandy were trapped for about four hours Saturday in underground caves before rescue teams pulled them out.

Rescue teams from Utah County Sheriff's Office extracted the boys from Nutty Putty Cave at about 7 p.m. The two teens were treated for dehydration and fatigue at the scene.

The caves, considered dangerous for inexperienced climbers, are located west of Lehi.

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