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    Boise County Coroner Pam Garlock and her stepson, Chad Garlock, describe how she was buried alive in 2008 when snow suddenly came off the woodshed roof. Chad dug her out by hand. She broke her right leg in five places and had to have a rod put in.

Boise County Coroner Pam Garlock and her stepson, Chad Garlock, describe how she was buried alive in 2008 when snow suddenly came off the woodshed roof. Chad dug her out by hand. She broke her right leg in five places and had to have a rod put in. Katy Moeller kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
Boise County Coroner Pam Garlock and her stepson, Chad Garlock, describe how she was buried alive in 2008 when snow suddenly came off the woodshed roof. Chad dug her out by hand. She broke her right leg in five places and had to have a rod put in. Katy Moeller kmoeller@idahostatesman.com

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