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Family loses irreplaceable keys on holiday, forced to abandon van in Victoria
Air Date: Jun 08, 2017 9:00 PM PT
John and Maria Higgens didn’t immediately panic when they misplaced their car keys, until they found out they would have to ship their imported van back to Japan to get a replacement.
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