Utah driver uses truck to save chidren by stopping high-speed police chase

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A Utah man was able to use his truck to put an end to a high-speed police chase in Syracuse on Saturday after a stolen car nearly hit children who were playing in Founders Park. Bryson Rowley intentionally hit the stolen car, which was being driven by a 14-year-old who stole it from his grandfather, and ended the dangerous chase. Rowley decided to sacrifice his pickup truck because he was worried about the driver hurting the children, including his own, who were playing in the park. "My heart dropped," said Brandy Rowley, Bryson’s wife. "I honestly thought one of those kids is going to die."

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