A bystander photographs a 12-by-9-foot boulder as it rests in the master bedroom of a home in St. George, Utah on Jan. 19, 2013. Wanda Denhalter, 63, was sleeping alone when she narrow

 

              A bystander photographs a 12-by-9-foot boulder as it rests in the master bedroom of a home in St. George, Utah on Jan. 19, 2013.  Wanda Denhalter, 63, was sleeping alone when she narrow
A bystander photographs a 12-by-9-foot boulder as it rests in the master bedroom of a home in St. George, Utah on Jan. 19, 2013. Wanda Denhalter, 63, was sleeping alone when she narrowly missed being crushed under the boulder early Saturday morning, said her husband, Scot Denhalter. She was taken to a St. George hospital, where she underwent four hours of surgery for non-life-threatening injuries. She also suffered a large leg gash. It's unknown what caused the boulder to come down about 3 a.m., but Scot Denhalter thinks a broken water pipe at a ridgetop home might have had something to do with it. (AP Photo/The Spectrum & Daily News, Trevor Christensen)
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