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NORTH OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- Two teenage boys were rescued after they got stuck on a rocky North Ogden cliff.
Weber County Sheriff's Lieutenant Jeff Malan said the 15 and 17-year-old boys began hiking to a waterfall on the cliff around four p-m yesterday.
Malan said when they reached the top of the waterfall it began raining and the shale became slick, so the boys weren't able to get down.
One of the boys called Weber County dispatch and explained they couldn't get down. A helicopter was sent out and the boys were rescued from the cliff.
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