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50 years later, man remembers going over Niagara Falls

A 7-year-old boy and his 17-year-old sister were rescued from the Niagara River after being tossed from a 12-foot aluminum boat on July 9, 1960.

Two men pulled his sister to shore just before the brink, but the boy, his father and a family friend were swept over the Horseshoe Falls. Both men died, but the boy miraculously survived the plunge.

Now a grown man, he discusses the incident and the publicity that followed with a newspaper reporter.

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