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One Westminster graduate rushed into the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas this year, he rescued dozens of people from flooded neighborhoods including a nine-month old baby. Sergeant Ryan Dush is a pararescueman with the New York national guard he graduated WC in 2008. He’s one of those heroes that goes into the water from a helicopter to pull people to safety. Dush is part of the 106th rescue wing of the air national guard, based out of Long Island New York and he’s used to making ocean rescues. In October he was in Texas where he helped rescue more than 300 people and Emily Secrist and Emily Bondi were able to talk to him and get his take on the experience.

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