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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted Photo Ryan Saathoff directs his wife Heather to back up as he prepares to attach his chain to a vehicle which had slid off the road near Old Town Park Thursday, Jan. 18. The young couple rescued the stranded motorist and they were happy to help their neighbors. "You don't know how happy this makes me! I get to use my chain!," Ryan said. Debbie Querry and her friend Colleen Mayhue were out walking and came upon the accident. They attempted to help but were unable to do so, then the young couple came along at just the right time.

Ryan Saathoff directs his wife Heather to back up as he prepares to attach his chain to a vehicle that had slid off the road near Old Town Park Thursday, Jan. 18. The young couple rescued the stranded motorist and they were happy to help their neighbors.

"You don't know how happy this makes me! I get to use my chain!" Ryan said.

Debbie Querry and her friend Colleen Mayhue were out walking and came upon the accident. They attempted to help but were unable to do so, then the young couple came along at just the right time.

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Submitted Photo Ryan Saathoff watches as his wife Heather prepares to pull out a stranded motorist whose vehicle had slid into a snowbank near Old Town Park in Gravette Thursday, Feb. 18. The young couple quickly stopped to help when they came on the scene. They are just one example of the many good Samaritans who assisted others during the recent snowstorm. Debbie Querry, who first came upon the accident when walking with her friend, wanted to commend the pair and commented, "How wonderful to live in a little town where people help each other. It make our hearts warm and fuzzy though our toes were frosty!!"

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