SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Three children trapped in an upturned car after it skidded into a river were released Monday from a hospital, two days after they were saved by several passers-by.
The children had been treated for hypothermia, said Primary Children's Medical Center spokeswoman Bonnie Midget. The family wasn't answering phone calls.
At least nine people helped right the car in the river.
"It's an amazing story, so good," Laurel Anderson Gilbert, the driver's sister, told The Associated Press on Monday. "We're so grateful. It was a miracle."