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'He's daddy's hero': 9-year-old saves injured dad from drowning after diving accident in Florida

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 5 August 2020
A 9-year-old Pensacola boy is being lauded as a hero by his family after helping to pull his father out of the water after a serious diving accident at Quietwater Beach.
 
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