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INTO THE VOID: In a small Florida town, an ATV accident ravaged a community and a family. They turned to their faith to confront it, but is faith enough?By Ethan Bauer | Aug. 24, 2017
In a small Florida town, an ATV accident ravaged a community and a family. They turned to their faith to confront it, but is faith enough?