Bryant Man Helps Save Teen from Drowning in Hurricane Creek

Saved by the Jacket

Bryant police and firefighters say a man quite possibly saved the life of a teen from drowning in Hurricane Creek. Brian Hanna lives across the street from the creek and heard a child screaming for help. He immediately called 911 and took action. “I heard this girl screaming, ‘go get help, go get help,’” said Hanna. “I panic.” Bryant police and firefighters arrived shortly after the 911 call and successfully rescued the teen. “Officer Morrison and one of the firefighters ended up floating a life jacket out to her and used a ladder to get her out,” said Sgt. Todd Crowson, Public Information Officer for Bryant Police Department. “We are very happy for this outcome. It could have been much worse.”


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