Man Honored With High Five for Assistance During Flood

Man Honored With High Five for Assistance During Flood

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(KSL News) High Five has traveled to Southern Utah to honor some of the good folks there.

And, this morning's nominee had a good question for Coco after she knocked on his door.

Bob Duffin: "Why am I live on television?"

Bob Duffin of St. George was nominated for the role he played in helping his neighbors during the devastating floods of January 2005.

Charlotte Pace, Nominated neighbor: "Bob Duffin is my personal hero. I would like to say to Bob, 'Bob did you ever know that you're my hero, and everything I'd like to be?' Somebody should make a song about that, huh?"

Coco Warner, Eyewitness News: "I know this is putting you on the spot, but what are you thinking right now?"

Bob Duffin, Nominated by neighbor: "I'm thinking it's pretty wonderful to have friends like you all."

Bob also said this was the greatest surprise of his life.

Coco will bring us another High Five from Southern Utah tomorrow.

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