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A couple of LSU fans came to the rescue of Wisconsin man who had fallen into the Milwaukee River on Monday, according to The Advocate.

The group was up in Wisconsin for LSU's season opener and happened to be at a restaurant on the Milwaukee Riverwalk when they heard a woman screaming around 4pm on Monday.

According to the report, a man fell into the river while trying to tie up a boat to a dock.
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"It took three men to get him out," Jill Dunlap said. "The whole place started cheering. The man (who was rescued) started crying and he's like, 'I'm not a good swimmer and I appreciate what you did,'" she said.

Jill Dunlap said she doesn't know the name of the man who fell in the river but said he was a local. The Milwaukee Police Department did not respond to a call late Monday for more information.

"(The crowd) was like, 'Where are y'all from?' Of course, it's 'You guys.' It was very cool," she said. "Finally something good came out of this trip."
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PhilipMarlowe90 months
that's some good bull corndogs!
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Would've gotten real interesting if Miles was the one in the water.
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Cajun Navy at it again.
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TheCaterpillar90 months
Glad he's ok, but why is he on a boat and tying it up himself near the water if he can't swim?
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atltiger648790 months
same thing I was thinking. If you can't swim, don't go near the water.
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Dr Von Nostrand90 months
Who's gonna save the team from drowning?
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