This is pretty cool. We all like to think we could be the hero in a situation like this but this guy made it happen, and now Darrin Hansen has been honored for saving a woman from drowning in the Boise River.
When temperatures reach the 90s, it's easy to start dreaming of the days where you'll be relaxing on your favorite raft, giant flamingo or air mattress as you float toward Ann Morrison Park. Unfortunately, Boise River float season might be further away than you'd hoped for.
A 19-year-old Boise State student spent two days in Saint Alphonsus recovering from injuries after someone jumped on her from a bridge while she was floating the Boise River. She had a lot of internal bruising and internal bleeding.
The man who jumped from the bridge was said to have weighed about 250 pounds and jumped around 25 feet off the bridge, landing right on top of her...