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California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park

CBS News Monday, 19 October 2020
Crews have located Holly Suzanne Courtier, a Woodland Hills, California, mother who was last seen at Utah's Zion National Park on October 6. CBS Los Angeles' Hermela Aregawi reports.
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Search and Rescue crews found a missing woman, Holly Suzanne Courtier, within Zion National Park on Sunday, the National Park Service says

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