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Dealership Workers Save Man Trapped In River

August 11, 2017 0 Comments

Three men are being hailed as heroes after rushing from a nearby dealership to help a man in trouble. In a Hummer. In a river.

According to multiple media outlets, including Syracuse.com, Kip Northrup, Tyler Zinsmeyer and Dan DeGoulff worked to save the life of a man in trouble. The three men were doing work at nearby Sharon Chevrolet of Oswego County, New York leading up to the incident. Northrup is a dealership vendor and the two other men are employed by the store.


As the story goes, a man accidentally backed his Hummer into a nearby river and became stuck behind the back of the vehicle. The victim in the incident, an unidentified 66-year -old man was stuck for around 45 minutes and to make matters much worse, was also bitten by a snake.

Northrup, reported heard a noise and discovered the man in peril. With the help of the other two men physically they all managed to pull the man out from his pinned position in the water to safety. The victim has been released from a local hospital.

Certainly these men acted quickly and swiftly to help save this man’s life. What is your take on their heroic act and have you heard about any other similar incidents in the world of automotive retail?

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