Util­ity work­ers do good deed, re­cover wed­ding ring in sewer

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NEW YORK | A com­muter is thank­ing two util­ity work­ers for find­ing her wed­ding ring af­ter it plunged into a New York City sewer.

WCBS-TV re­ported that sub­ur­banNew York res­i­dent Sarah Som­mer, who is eight months preg­nant, was trav­el­ing through Grand Cen­tral

Ter­mi­nal when she felt un­com­fort­able and took off her ring to help her re­lax.

Ms. Som­mer said be­fore she knew it, the ring slipped out of her grasp, bounced along the side­walk and dropped through a grate into the sewer.

wThe dis­traught woman called 911 be­fore flag­ging down a nearby Con Edi­son truck.

Con Ed work­ers Ja­son Wertheimer and Keny­atta Charles opened the grate, drained the sewer and found Ms. Som­mer’s ring. They say it was their daily good deed.

Ms. Som­mer told the sta­tion Mon­day they re­stored her faith in hu­man­ity.

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