Andrew H. Bryant, Jr. attempted to save David Flowers from suffocation, Cocoa, Florida, February 22, 1979. In a sewer manhole that contained hydrogen sulfide and methane, Flowers, 45, and three other workmen lost consciousness and collapsed at the bottom of the manhole. Bryant, 31, insurance sales manager, entered the manhole and tried to remove Flowers but was affected by the gas and climbed out, feeling dizzy. He aided rescue personnel when they arrived. Two of the four unconscious men died; Flowers and the fourth recovered.
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