A police officer watches as Kylysta Otteson, Brelynne "Breezy" Otteson's sister, Emalee Otteson, Brelynne's stepmother, Kenny Otteson, Brelynne's father, and Anisty Shoemaker, Brelynne's sister, console one another after two bodies were recovered 100 feet down an abandoned mine shaft outside Eureka, Utah.
A police officer watches as Kylysta Otteson, Brelynne "Breezy" Otteson's sister, Emalee Otteson, Brelynne's stepmother, Kenny Otteson, Brelynne's father, and Anisty Shoemaker, Brelynne's sister, console one another after two bodies were recovered 100 feet down an abandoned mine shaft outside Eureka, Utah. Laura Seitz The Deseret News via AP
A police officer watches as Kylysta Otteson, Brelynne "Breezy" Otteson's sister, Emalee Otteson, Brelynne's stepmother, Kenny Otteson, Brelynne's father, and Anisty Shoemaker, Brelynne's sister, console one another after two bodies were recovered 100 feet down an abandoned mine shaft outside Eureka, Utah. Laura Seitz The Deseret News via AP

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March 29, 2018 07:42 PM