Chase Lynch named “Hero”
On Sunday, July 17th, a 54 year old Robinson man,
along with several family members, was enjoying a day
of swimming at the McGregor City Pool. After jumping
from the diving board into the deep end, things
quickly turned for the worse. The Robinson man found
himself unable to return to the water’s surface. The man
stated that he knew he was in trouble when he was unable
to touch the floor of the pool and push himself to
the surface. He stated that he quickly lost his bearings
under the water and started to panic after taking in a
large amount of water into his lungs.
Chase Lynch, one of the certified lifeguards on duty,
noticed the gentleman struggling under the water and
quickly came to the rescue. Chase immediately took
charge of the situation and put his lifeguarding skills to
the test. Without fear for his own life, Chase brought
the man to the surface and performed the rescue with
the ease of a seasoned lifeguard.
The Robinson visitor gave Chase a big “Thumbs
Up” and stated “Chase SAVED my life and will be my
HERO forever”. The man also stated that his eight
grandchildren were very happy and also thanked Chase!
City Management wants to take this opportunity to
congratulate Chase Lynch and commend him on his
attentiveness to the safety of our citizens and visitors
to the City’s Pool. We are proud to have you on our
lifeguard staff and thank you deeply for saving this
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