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And thank you for serving your community!
It is great that this young man took it upon himself to look after the well being of others in the face of such danger. We should all be so blessed.
This young man is certainly an example of the best of our great state and country. Fortunately, there are unsung heroes in every village, county and city too. Many of then are to be found building dikes with sandbags along the Red River. It is right that we express our appreciation for their good deeds.
It seems to me that there was another fellow who was not above letting folks think that he was the hero in saving the kids on the bus. Whatever happened to him. I assume and hope that he got his just rewards for enjoying the limelight that he apparently didn't deserve but had no reservations claiming.
And thank you from your community!!
All this really does is make the rest of us look bad.
there were alot of hero's that day.my son would tell you it was the bus driver.my heart goes out to the ones that lost someone that day.innocents lost that day,nightmares that last foreever,and now the new bridge has issues .my son would gladly give up that title just to have his life back .like many others. love his mom
very proud of him. and all those that had to do thier job that day.and my heart goes out to the ones that lost thier loved ones. so much innocents lost that day.changed alot of lives that day...man made bridge. and heard on the news something else is rusted on that one to !!!!interesting!!!!!
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