Damn - so sad


"McClure's rescue was credited mostly to paramedic Robert O'Donnell and police officer William Andrew Glasscock Jr.; both received tremendous media attention. In 1995, after eight years of having suffered posttraumatic stress disorder from the ordeal, O'Donnell committed suicide. In 2004, Glasscock was sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges of sexual exploitation of a child, sexual assault, and improper storage of explosives"

What a pity two of the heros ended up like that, not that stops them from still being heros for what they did at the time, but thats why sometimes i hate the net, and a lot of times dont trya nd find out what happened to people in storys like this as it can darken everthing

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After watching this film, I'm not surprised about the paramedic's suicide. He was put through the worse pressure trying not to damage baby Jessica while pulling her out and everybody was just yelling at him not caring for how sensitive the situation was. Anyone could've been in his position but he was the unlucky one.

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Is it confirmed that the suicide was because of that incident?
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I think it had something to do with that and I can be totally wrong here, but I thought it also had something to do that within time people started to forget about Jessica because obviously time still goes on and therefore the attention he got became less and less. But like I said, I could be totally off base. I think I read that somewhere though.

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