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Crossing Guard Gets High 5

Crossing Guard Gets High 5

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(KSL News) A Millcreek Elementary crossing guard in the midst of his duties got a High 5 from our Coco Warner.

Terrie Mathis says crossing guard Bob Brady has a friendly wave for people who drive the speed limit, and an angry fist for those who don't.

Mathis told Brady, "I know that you know all of your kids, and you treat them like your own. I appreciate that you keep them safe."

Brady responded, "That's the idea. That's the reason why I'm here. If it wasn't for the kids, I wouldn't be here."

Brady is so dedicated to those kids that he stepped away from being recognized to help them cross the street.

As a thank you for his work, he received $50 to be used at Sonic Drive-In.

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