Six-year-old daughter saves dad from drowning

Aug 6, 2010 Full story: Mid-Hudson News

GREENWOOD LAKE A six-year-old girl is credited with saving her father's life when he went for a swim in Greenwood Lake Thursday evening, Warwick Town Police said.

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#1 Aug 6, 2010
Lila, thank you for saving your daddy. I am glad that you were so brave. I wish him a speedy recovery. We are all so happy that you are such a big girl and very strong! We love you both very much.

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#2 Aug 11, 2010
what a great story! she's a little hero!!!

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