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It’s a Lesson in Honesty From Two Students

From Associated Press

Two University of Utah students say they returned $26,065 worth of food stamps that fell out of an armored car after some initial hesitation over whether to use the coupons.

Brad Pyne and Curtis Dye saw a package fall out of an open side door of the Brink’s Inc. vehicle on Monday in downtown Salt Lake City. When a car hit the package and paper started flying, they ran to gather it up.

“We had some thoughts about going out and buying some groceries,” Pyne said.


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