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Published: Friday, April 5 2013 6:20 p.m. MDT

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Lehi, UT

One of these "Guardian Angels" is my neighbor. I have let him know these lucky people are looking for him. He as well as his whole family are really great people.

Salt Lake City, UT

Wait - accident on rural road, 3 unknown "angels" assist, disappear after helping? Something seems familiar about this?

Reasonable Person
Layton, UT

An "act of random kindness" should stay just as it is.
We have done the same thing, when we found a accident victim unconscious.
As soon as the ambulance arrived, we left. We didn't need "thanks".

It's not one-in-a-trillion. Thousands of trucks pass by that point every day. There are off-duty firefighters all over the country, and one would be amazed to find out how many Army medics/trained men there are.

How about these people pass along the favor, and help someone else out, instead?
If the men had wanted publicity, they'd have called the media themselves.

it's charming that they did not.

Bluffdale, UT

There are heroes in all of us. We just need to let them out more often and then it wouldn't be such a surprise to everyone.

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