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Utah / Miracle Rescue / Rescuers Interview #1079978

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 09, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Elizabeth Cohen) The miracle rescue of baby Lily Groesbeck after a car crash featured; scenes shown from Spanish Fork, Utah, where the vehicle went in the water, the driver died but her baby survived & was rescued. [Police officer Tyler BEDDOES@, fire dept. Paul TOMADAKIS@, police officer Jared WARNER@- describe what happened in the rescue.] [UMass medical school Dr. Barbara WALSH@- talks about how children are resilient.] [Lily's aunt Jill SANDERSON@- talks about her sister.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent discussion held with four rescuers. [BEDDOES, WARNER, TOMADAKIS - describe what happened in the rescue after hearing a cry "help us".]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cohen, Elizabeth

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