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Salt Lake City rescue team finds no one inside car submerged car

Published June 26, 2014 1:09 pm
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Police found a stolen vehicle abandoned in the Jordan River.

The Salt Lake City Fire Department's water rescue team also responded Thursday afternoon to the submerged vehicle near 2200 W. 3500 North, in case anyone had been inside. No one was, fire spokesman Jasen Asay confirmed.


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