Transcript for Instant Index: Deer Caught on Ice in Minnesota Rescued by Good Samaritans
Our "Instant index" tonight begins with a passing to note. An American hero, sergeant Walter Ellers died today at the age of 92, the last medal of honor recipient to storm Omaha beach during d-day during world war ii. When he wounded was in the back, he kept fighting. He carried one of his men to safety and returned to combat. A hero leaving a long legacy of courage. The car of your dreams, a 1950 chevrolet is stolen, gone, heartbreak, 30 years past, then one day the phone ring, it's the police, they final lie tracked the car number, once that car set sail to Australia and a new owner. Reunited with the hot rod of his dream. Through the decades other loving owners added new brakes, new tires a 350 horsepower v8 engine, the works, skip said all of those years, every time we saw a chevy Bel Air on the road he wondered if it was his. Good samaritans coming to the rescue of a real-life Bambi, deers stranded on a lake in Minnesota. This father and son headed out with some rope, a gopro camera and a lot of love. The deer on the ice, frightened, tired and cold. Off they went. Pulling to shore, their guardian angels then going back for Bambi's sister and pushing both of them to a reunion on land. By the way, father and son stayed until the deer were strong enough to return to the forest. And the people at gopro were so moved by that video they turned it into a brand-new commercial.
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