Dramatic River Rescue in Logan & A Dangerous Game

Jan 3, 2012

January 3, 2012

A river rescue in Logan Canyon over the weekend has everyone talking. After a car plunged down a ten-foot embankment and into the river several people jumped into frigid water, turned the car right-side-up, and rescued three children. The rescue even involved one man shooting out a car window. In the first half of Tuesday's Access Utah, Tom Williams talks with two of the rescuers: father and son, Bruce and Chris Willden, and UHP Lt. Lee Perry.
In the second half, a dangerous way to get a high: the Choking Game. Three teenagers have died recently in Southern Utah and UPR correspondent Chris Holmes talks with Dr. Randy Jensen and with Codi Laws, who lost her son to the choking game.