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Old 03-01-13, 09:32 PM   #1
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Feelgood story: road cyclist recues woman from burning trailer home

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Old 03-01-13, 09:45 PM   #2
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Cool story! I'm happy she was able to get out of there. Too bad the dog died though :/
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There's another reason I want a Victorinox Rescue Tool's glass breaker for my Ranger Model SAK (I'd call it the Rescue Ranger, (no chipmunks allowed)).
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Cool story! I'm happy she was able to get out of there. Too bad the dog died though :/
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Yeah, nice thing to do, but it is going to just *kill* his Strava time.





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He smashed the window with a cinder block. Lucky he didn't accelerate the blaze. That is a dangerous thing to do.

Good thing everyone (except puppy ) got out OK.

And she's 27?? sorry but whoa..
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