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Originally posted by minute2midnight
I hope the Sheriff drowns in a river.
"Help, I'm drowning!"
"Sorry, we can't help you, we might get arrested."
"When you have someone in sight who has taken a long swim, you need to make contact immediately," said Bradford, a 15-year rafting guide and ski patroller from Summit County. "This is just silly. Ryan Snodgrass acted entirely appropriately. These guys came to the scene late and there was a rescue in progress. They came in and took over an existing rescue. To leave a patient on the side of a river while you get your gear out of the car and set up a rescue system you read about in a book is simply not good policy."
Originally posted by Expat888
Stupidity knows no bounds.. The guy should be commended for saving her life..
When did Barney Fife become Sheriff there ?
Since it had been so long, Krueger said, it was no longer the rafting company's rescue.
"They should involve themselves up to a point. They lost contact. Whether they want to say they were trying to rescue their customer, when they had lost visual contact and had no idea where their customer has been for 30 to 45 minutes, then it becomes our issue."