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Family In SUV May Have Intentionally Driven Off Cliff, Police Say

Authorities believe the Hart family, two married women and six adopted children, were in the vehicle when it plunged off a cliff along California's scenic Highway 1.

Police say that the driver of a SUV carrying a family with several adopted children may have intentionally plunged off a cliff along California's scenic coast last month, according to local news reports.

The family from Woodland, Washington — Sarah and Jennifer Hart,

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