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Continued: Officials: Possible criminal charges for men who knocked over ancient Utah rock formation

  • Article by: MICHELLE L. PRICE , Associated Press
  • Last update: October 18, 2013 - 4:37 PM

"Some things can't be replaced, like photographs in a family album, but they have great sentimental value," he said.

Hall said he and Taylor were both "immensely sorry for any damage that we may have caused," or any embarrassment they brought to the Boy Scouts or anyone else.

But he also said, "One more rock falling to the ground is not going to destroy the beauty of the park. Eventually, the erosion brings all of them down."

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