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#18 - wesergold
Reply +138
(05/12/2013) [-]
true hero
#118 to #18 - anon
Reply 0
(05/13/2013) [-]
Think about the man who lost his dog and his best friend.
#32 to #18 - anon
Reply 0
(05/12/2013) [-]
come on... there are times to be brave but seriously?
unless he didn't know exactly how hot the water was, then that's pretty tragic
#23 to #18 - doodler
Reply +4
(05/12/2013) [-]
Did the puppy live?
#26 to #23 - wesergold
Reply +7
(05/12/2013) [-]
it wasn't a puppy. it was a fully grown great dane or something. don't know about the dog but according to this news article I don't think it survived...

"Ratliff, pulling Kirwan from the spring, suffered second degree burns on his own feet. Another visitor, Earl Welsh, took Kirwan's hand; the skin already was peeling from his body. He appeared to be blind, his eyes totally white. Another man ran up to remove Kirwan's shoes; the skin came off with them. "Don't do that," Welsh said, and Kirwan, exhausted, said, "It doesn't matter." With third degree burns over 100 percent of his body, it didn't. The next day he was dead."

articles.chicagotribune.com/1995-06-11/entertainment/9506110139_1_first-national-park-noxious-fumes-math
#73 to #26 - anon
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(05/13/2013) [-]
Over 100% of his body? What did they do burn his soul too?
#84 to #73 - yyh
Reply +11
(05/13/2013) [-]
Over, as in, covering. Not 100+ %
#22 to #18 - vaginismus
Reply +1
(05/12/2013) [-]
Respect