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(KSL News) -- Several Utah inmates put the finishing touch on Christmas toys for needy children. Inmates at Lone Peak minimum-security facility painted 1500 cars and trucks built by the Happy Factory in Sandy.
Today, officers and inmates returned the finished toys to the factory.
Steve Larsen, Inmate: "They're very simple. Not a whole lot of work goes into them. But it's the care and the love that we put into them that makes it all worthwhile."
The cars will now be transported and delivered to indigent children in Mexico.