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Day hiker lost in the Montana wilderness for six days is rescued after an extensive five day search.

What started as a simple day hike for Madeline Connelly and her dog left her stranded in the Montana wilderness for almost a week. Thankfully, Connelly and her four-legged sidekick Mogi have been rescued after six days and they’re both doing well.

The 23-year-old was in Montana to visit her uncle, on her way to a new job as a bakery manager in Alaska, and she decided to kike in Great Bear Wilderness near Glacier National Park, but she got lost after stopping at a lake for a swim and to hydrate. She took a wrong turn and ended up lost, unable to find her way back to the trail.

Search teams looked for her by air and land, they used horses to get around in the isolated terrain, and search dogs and infrared cameras helped too. Connelly says the whole thing was “just a huge mistake.” And once she was located, her mom called it the best Mother’s Day gift ever.

Source: People

South Carolina school bus driver evacuates the 56 kids off her bus seconds before it bursts in flames.

Thanks to the quick thinking of one South Carolina school bus driver, a terrible tragedy was avoided. Teresa Stroble was dropping off 56 kids at their bus stops this week when two kids in the back told her there was smoke coming from inside the bus.

She pulled over and got all of the students off the bus and led them to safety. And just seconds later, the vehicle burst into flames. But because of her fast reaction, no one was hurt.

The superintendent of the school district, Scott Turnerpraised Stroble on Twitter after the fire. “Hero!!! Ms. Teresa Stroble … evacuated 56 students in under a minute,” he tweeted. “God bless her. So grateful for her quick action.”

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Thanks to the quick thinking of one South Carolina school bus driver, a terrible tragedy was avoided. Teresa Stroble was dropping off 56 kids at their bus stops this week when two kids in the back told her there was smoke coming from inside the bus.

She pulled over and got all of the students off the bus and led them to safety. And just seconds later, the vehicle burst into flames. But because of her fast reaction, no one was hurt.

The superintendent of the school district, Scott Turner, praised Stroble on Twitter after the fire. “Hero!!! Ms. Teresa Stroble … evacuated 56 students in under a minute,” he tweeted. “God bless her. So grateful for her quick action.”

Here's a video you guys won't mind watching over and over again...It's a new invention that turns your gas trimmer into an outboard motor!

While we're at it......Summer's coming and it's important to know how to change your oil in your outboard motor....The girl in the bikini is nice too!

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