Monday, January 4, 2010

Scuba divers help recover lost ring.(Brief Article). USA, LLC

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The depths of left Sohl and Rebecca Fringer's commitment was tested recently. They were fishing at a lake near Fremont, Neb., when Fringer's engagement ring fell into deep water.

But they didn't give up. Instead, they reached scuba divers Archie Arnt and Chris Pro, who own Midstates Underwater Engineering and Salvage. The two are accustomed to fishing big things out of water, such as bulldozers and boats.

They'd never found a ring 17 feet down in pitch black water. But they met with Fringer and Sohl three weeks ago at the lake and found the spot where the ring fell.

Pro and Arnt donned their scuba gear and grabbed a special underwater metal detector, and began scouring the area inch by inch.

When Arnt heard a beep, he dug in the muck. He felt the ring in four inches of mud. Smiling and holding onto the ring, he returned to the water's surface, 37 minutes after making the plunge.

The couple's wedding is scheduled for April.

Source Citation
"Scuba divers help recover lost ring." Capper's 25 Nov. 2003: 28. General OneFile. Web. 4 Jan. 2010. .

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