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This they buried well up on the island, and for three years they lived there in constant hope of being rescued.
But the strangest part of it all is the wonderful creature who rescued us.
I cannot tell you, Miss Maxon," he said sadly, "how much I should hate to be the one to ignore your father's commands, and enlighten you upon this and other subjects which lie nearer to your personal welfare than you can possibly guess; but I feel that after the horrors of this day duty demands that I must lay all before you--you cannot again be exposed to the horrors from which you were rescued only by a miracle.
Humorous half-columns in the local papers, written in the customary silly way by unlicked cub reporters just out of grammar school, tickled the fancy of San Francisco for a fleeting moment in that the steamship Mariposa had rescued some sea-waifs possessed of a cock-and-bull story that not even the reporters believed.
On the first day when the rescued men were received on board the
Some cried that if they bore this tamely, another day would see them all in jail; some, that they should have rescued the other prisoners, and this would not have happened.
On Friday dated 6th November, morale of the rescuers touched the sky when enthusiastic rescuers rescued one alive victim named Mohammad Shahid, 25, hailing from Khanewal.
Rizwan Naseer was briefed that overall 74,195 flood affectees have been rescued by Water Rescue Teams in all 26 flood-hit districts of Punjab.
Rizwan Naseer was briefed that overall 58,138 flood-affected people have been rescued by Water Rescue Teams in all 26 flood-hit districts of Punjab.
Figures showed the NI Fire and Rescue Service rescued a total of 328 animals over 2008, 2009 and 2010.
TWO canoeists were rescued from a river last night as attempts were made to save two more who were trapped.
Of the 43 million beachgoers in 2005, the Los Angeles County Fire Department Lifeguard Division -- including 120 full-time lifeguards and 700 auxiliary summer hires -- rescued 7,000 swimmers, prevented 721,000 water mishaps and provided 22,000 medical assists.