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Running the treacherous Colorado River in would be one of many historic firsts for explorer and scientist John Wesley Powell. He was a Grand Canyon river runner and environmental activist. When someone sprains an ankle, suffers from heat exhaustion or is lost, the search-and-rescue team loads up their backpacks and hits the trail to help.
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