Deputy who rescued boy from pond says
he was desperate, numb
A Utah sheriff’s deputy said Tuesday he was desperate and numb from the cold as he punched and stomped his way into a frozen pond on Christmas Day to pull out an 8-year-old boy who had fallen through the ice while chasing his dog.
With cuts on his forearms, Washington County sheriff’s Sgt. Aaron Thompson said at a news conference that rescuers believe the child was in the 37-degree water for about 30 minutes until the deputy rescued him.
“I couldn’t feel anything. I didn’t notice anything when I was doing it,” Thompson said. “I knew that time was of the essence. I had a very short window to get that child out of the water.”
Sheriff’s Lt. David Crouse said the boy was hospitalized in Salt Lake City but he didn’t have details on his condition. Thompson said deputies were hopeful.
The boy fell through the ice in the town of New Harmony, north of St. George.
After arriving at the scene, Thompson, who had served on a search and rescue dive team, began searching an area where a woman reported seeing the boy’s hand flail about four minutes earlier.
The deputy stomped to break through the ice and work his way deeper, pounding with his hands and fists.
“As the ice got thicker, I couldn’t break it with my arms and my fists anymore, so I had to jump up on top of the ice, putting my weight on it, and then pound on it to get it to break,” he said.
When he went into the water, his toes brushed against reeds growing on the bottom of the pond and water reached his neck.
He swished his arms and legs around before finding the boy beneath the ice about 25 feet from the shoreline.
Thompson was treated for symptoms of hypothermia and released from a hospital Monday night. He said he lost the feeling in some fingers but sensation had returned by Tuesday.
He expects to return to work by early next week.
The Spectrum of St. George reported that Sheriff Cory Pulsipher praised the deputy.
“He hates having the spotlight on him, but he’s a hero,” Pulsipher said.
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We want to say THANK YOU to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, and the U.S. Department of Justice for allowing us the use of so many resources to properly educate our staff, and also to pass along this valuable information and resources to parents, families, and the public.
You and the other part of The Team have the chance to be the parents your Child deserves, although the chances of that happening are very slim.
Do you realize that the planet we inhabit defies the odds of an “accidental” anything making this earth.
When you add the odds of every creature of the sea, air, and land being totally unique(every one of every class of every living thing is different slightly than every other one), nothing other than Our Mighty GOD could have made all we know and set it in motion.
I want to say this quickly in passing: Greenhouse gas, fossil fuel pollution, pollution from coal power generation? When you have a “one of a kind water purification system that also purifies the air”, is there any reason to worry about any of the above in this paragraph?
If you say yes, then write me a 20,000+ word thesis: Define the categories of volcanoes, list every element and gas known to man that is expelled from the volcano. Now list the approximate amount of every poison that is blown into the air and atmosphere from a super volcano. LIST NO THEORY!!!!
NOW, how is the sun still visible after 7,000+ years at the very least.
All the above is great information to talk about during quality time with The Team, if you run short of project material.
Good memories are easily made during Quality Time, and the opportunity to communicate with The Team is always there.
Can you communicate with The Team? Is there meaningful communication between all Team members? We have resources to help everyone’s Team, but you have got to have the desire to be the Parent your Child needs, then you have got to invest time in your Child and their future.
THE ANTI-CHILD AGENDA
It is a Parent’s duty to protect their Child until grown. What should be very obvious is the fact that few people care for the well-being of Children.
The first of 2015, we met Alan Fountain through his attempt to get a window opened in Georgia’s SOL for Sexually Abused Children, so we pitched in to assist Alan any way possible. This was a very learning experience, but the one thing that I could never have imagined was the first time I read that Atlanta GA was the Child Sex Trafficking Capitol of Our Country.
As of Monday, May 22, 2017, according to the latest numbers I read, Atlanta GA is still the Child Sex Trafficking Capitol of Our Country.
There is NO TRANSGENDER, there is ONLY a psychological disorder called “GENDER DYSPHORIA”.
I could never have imagined the day when the AntiChild Agenda would make it impossible to raise your Child as was intended, it is wrong to implant indifference into a Child’s heart.
YES, I SAID “AS WAS INTENDED”, if you look back into the 3rd paragraph of this post, where I was talking about every living thing being unique unto itself (all GoldFish are marked slightly different, as are Leopards, and as are Mockingbirds), but in the same respect every living thing has one thing in common, there is not one type of living thing that is homosexual. Human’s are the only creature perverse enough to act on sick fantasies and evil whims, just as they are the only living creature that derives pleasure from watching or causing another human pain and suffering.
The Time To Communicate With Your Children Is Now Or Never
Our Country is besieged with an epidemic of monstrous proportions, yet the true numbers have been hidden even by the CDC. But even with the stats I will post, I have something very alarming to share tonight. May Our Dear GOD protect us and Bless us all.
The legacy of the Obama Administration was and is an attempt at genocide. He not only brought in people that hate us, he didn’t bother to test any for diseases, even though all of these people are from countries with HIV/AIDS epidemics worst than what we have, and the fact that Ebola was brought into Our Country is yet another indictment against his legacy.
Our X President also took the ban off homosexuals giving and selling blood.
I will take this time to address two (2) different groups before we continue.
To all the people that agree with, and the ones that simply turn a blind eye, to the wholesale murder of Our Babys, don’t leave yet when I tell you I TOLD YOU SO, because I also have something that includes all of you with the next group. Just imagine for one (1) minute, that if a full-sized hospital could not protect everyone from Ebola, how can you be so ignorant in believing Planned Parenthood was protecting everyone from HIV/AIDS????
I know many of you can remember the time when more than a few people thought I just set up here and made things up about Planned Parenthood, and also just pulled numbers out of no where and said they were more near correct for stats than the lie so many were believing. (That was a joke, but I see Our Senior Editor, and several more of Our Circle not laughing, and in fact are looking at the floor, My friends, they know me, you might want to get in position where you aren’t so obvious).
Huh, something just blew dirt in my eyes…. My Friends, even I can’t stay dry-eyed.
Not only have the antivaxxers been right, HEY THIS IS FOR ALL THE HILLARY AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD SUPPORTERS, how many remember the days when people thought I made up the fact that PPH was making $!,000,000 to $10,000,000 a day selling illegal fetal tissue for highly illegal research on fetal tissue, and for the viable baby organs.
I never saw any where that said it wasn’t still illegal to research on fetal tissue.
SO YOU TELL ME HOW THE CDC OWNS A WHOLE LOT OF VACCINATION PATENTS, some of these vaccinations are grown in dead cow blood along with metals and heavy metals.
But what might come as a shock is the fact that some of these vaccinations are grown in fetal tissue.
Before we continue with the rest of the epidemic material, I want everyone to know that I will attempt to bring you all the numbers, but there is more and more Children adversely affected by these vaccinations every day, this year is due to set records very early on.
This year alone, 10,000,000 young people, 13 years-of-age to 23, will contract one (1) or more STI or STD
35 percent of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human papillomavirus (HPV)
Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group
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Subject: CDC Releases ‘Call to Action’ to Reduce Syphilis
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
Public Health Service Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC’s Division of STD Prevention is calling on public and private sectors, as well as affected communities, to help reduce syphilis through research, prevention, and outreach.
Historically low syphilis rates are in the rearview mirror, and today, we face increasing syphilis rates across almost every demographic. Of utmost concern is the continued high rate among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, as well as a sudden surge of congenital syphilis rates.
We must act now to disrupt syphilis. And we need for everyone to pitch in with specific action steps encouraged in the Call to Action. For example:
Public health departments need to improve surveillance; partner with healthcare providers and patient advocacy groups; conduct partner services; increase screening; and ensure collaboration between State and local STD, HIV, and maternal and child public health programs
Healthcare Providers need to take complete sexual histories; follow CDC testing recommendations; treat diagnosed patients immediately per CDC guidelines; and work with the health department to report all cases of syphilis by stage, including cases of congenital syphilis
Decision-makers and community leaders need to talk to STD program professionals in their jurisdiction and address any policy barriers to affected populations seeking or obtaining recommended screening and treatment
While getting back to the basics of syphilis prevention will help make a difference, it will not put a full stop to this disease. For these reasons, the Call to Action also outlines action steps needed from affected communities, universities, industry, and even electronic medical records vendors.
I understand that we’re asking for a lot from everyone; however, we’re committed to undoing these worsening syphilis trends with you.
CDC pledges to unite and strengthen new and old tools of prevention to protect the public from this dangerous disease. We will, for example, improve surveillance; make a syphilis specimen repository available for technological developments; and help develop novel diagnostic tools and better prevention tools. At the same time, we will continue ongoing work to prevent all STDs, including syphilis.
Together, we can put syphilis behind us where it belongs.
Thank you for your commitment to STD prevention.
Gail Bolan, MD
Director, Division of STD Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – The winners — who are abuse survivors — stress forgiveness, staying positive and drawing strength from others.
As 8-year-old Keely Parry sat in her third-grade classroom listening to a presentation about sexual abuse seven years ago, she had a realization.
Her father had been abusing her and her older sister Kiera.
Their father was eventually convicted of the abuse, and the girls became advocates for other victims.
On Wednesday, Keely, Kiera and their sister Nieve Parry were recognized, along with fellow abuse survivors Grant Rutherford and Alex Smith, for advocating at a young age and working to prevent further abuse.
Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU), an agency that works to educate the public and stop child abuse, presented the awards at a breakfast ceremony in Salt Lake City. According to a PCAU news release, 1 in 5 children in the U.S. is abused before turning 18. The reported rate of child sexual abuse in Utah is 27 percent, which is three times the national average of 9 percent.
Rutherford was sexually abused at age 8 by a girl a few years older than he was, he told the crowd at the banquet. This year, he centered his high school senior thesis around speaking out about sexual abuse.
Smith experienced physical, emotional and sexual abuse in his first 13 years of life — living in a Russian orphanage until age 5 that left him with scars from cigarette burns and knife wounds, then being adopted by two sets of abusive parents in the U.S. before he was adopted the third and final time by 4th District Juvenile Court Judge Rick Smith and his family.
During the next few years, Smith began to heal from his abuse and became more vocal about abuse in the foster care system.
In their comments, winners noted the importance of forgiveness, staying positive through hard times and gaining strength from the people around them.
PCAU is the organization that gave the presentation in Keely Parry’s elementary school and helped her identify the abuse she had experienced.
“It’s been a really long, hard journey,” an emotional Keely Parry said, “and if it weren’t for [PCAU] and my family, I don’t know what I would do.”
Though now-17-year-old Kiera Parry said she still experiences strong emotions stemming from her abuse, the love she feels from her support system helps her move forward.
Rutherford echoed those sentiments and encouraged audience members — including his graduating senior class — to take action.
“You have a chance to move on, to not only change your life but those around you, including others who may have been abused and don’t know what to do,” Rutherford said. “It’s up to you to speak up and change your environment, and I have a firm knowledge that things do get better once you do.”
The stories from child abuse survivors are inspiring, said PCAU board Chairman Tony Divino, but the agency’s ultimate goal is to “prevent these stories.” To do that, it offers free half-hour online courses to educate people on how to prevent abuse.
It’s a cause, he said, that will have a lasting impact.