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Hidden Cash Will Pay to Fix Whittier Park Damage

The man behind the Twitter phenomenon Hidden Cash will shell out several-thousand dollars to cover the damage done to a Southern California park during a recent scavenger hunt.  Hundreds of people tromped all over William Penn Park in Whittier on July 10th to search for money hidden by Jason Buzi, the man behind the Twitter feed @hiddencash. 

About one-thousand people destroyed fences, sprinklers, plants and even tried to uproot a newly planted tree thinking cash might have been hidden in the dirt. 

Buzi says he'll pay the City of Whittier five-thousand dollars for damage caused to the park, and says he won't be doing any more Hidden Cash "drops" at nighttime in small parks.

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