Randolph W. Macyauski saved Sarah M. Zins from drowning, Oldenburg, Indiana, August 19, 1988. Sarah, 6, was a passenger in a car that was swept from a bridge and carried downstream by the swift current of rain-swollen Salt Creek. Having seen the accident, Macyauski, 30, carpenter, ran along the bank, following the car, for about 400 feet as Sarah called for help. Fully clothed, Macyauski then waded and swam through the current to the car as Sarah exited it through a window. With Sarah on his back clinging to him, Macyauski swam and was carried downstream to a point on the bank at which he carried Sarah from the creek to safety.
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