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Published: Monday, Nov. 4 2013 3:29 p.m. MST

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Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

So glad this all turned out so well. That whole neighborhood is built on shaky ground as it is so he's lucky to be alive.

suzyk#1
Mount Pleasant, UT

So thankful he's going to be in time, good. The story brought tears to my eyes just imagining him in that 10' hole. That prayer really made a difference, I know. Bless the hearts of those who put themselves in jeopardy to save this man. Isn't it a wonderful world we live in with men like this? God Bless America!!!!!

mcrowley
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

"Greater love hath no man..." ...A new commandment I give unto you: that ye love one another as I have loved you". A real 'HERO' is one who recognizes the peril and risk associated with his/her actions to save another and acts to do so anyway. God bless these good men -- and all our firemen, police, military and others who guard and protect us. We need to read and hear of the good in the world. Heaven knows we are saturated with the opposite. Thanks for publishing this story. It was well-written.

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