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Fire captain Brian brown knows full well.
That this flag flying at half staff outside one of his fire stations could very well have been put him as well as fallen veterans today.
I'm in an airplane and I crowd.
-- 911 cell phone call came in the late Saturday night from Heather -- The grown daughter of captain Brian brown a twenty year veteran of the consumers -- fire district.
The experienced pilot was flying to mountain house in Idaho with Heather and his wife chance when his Cessna 172 went down.
I'm like yep all of that they that oracle had -- -- angry.
And -- back injury and -- very lucky believe.
No small task in the dead of night in a snowstorm they work.
Plowing through four and six foot snow drifts and that it was white -- conditions at some points up over the course of the night it was fifteen hours before our National Guard helicopter was able to extract the victims from the mountain.
Fire chief Hansen said brown was in good spirits when she talked with a few of the train EMT who awful volunteers for the Wilton fire department certainly.
-- it affirmed his mouth he's indicated that it was odd to be on the other side of circumstances to be.
The person being rescued instead of doing the rescuing and Hanson says brown knows what it took.
To get him and his family to safety to have people hiking and to him and to have the airlift out of that location to a local hospital.
He understands what that takes and he's incredibly grateful for their efforts.
Kevin -- is expected to be back in his -- home in the next few days but whether he travels by air court decides to make an extended road trip.
Has yet to be determined.
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