I f you have a smartphone, you might have surely preserved those priceless moments of your life through your camera app. Suppose for a second, you lose your smartphone, and then put in a lot of efforts to find it but you fail. Well, that would feel like you have lost a part of your life. A similar incident happened with Kyle Puelston who lost his GoPro in the river. He lost all the hope, though. Then something unexpected happened that thrilled him.
Kyle Puelston, from Minnesota, the previous year lost his camera down by the river. Losing a camera full of priceless memories is the worst nightmare.
It was after a tandem cliff jump, cliff jump into the Temperance river that GoPro knocked off his head.
He finally admitted the defeat after swiming, looking for it for half an hour.
One year later the camera was found by two brothers who were snorkeling in the same river. Through the winter ice and the Spring thaw the waterproof case of GoPro had managed to keep it preserved. Chris's brother pulled it out and gave it Chris as he already had one.
Chris surprisingly found a memory card inside that had lots of videos inside. He knew he had to find the owner and give him back the precious memories. So he did some digging and found out that Puelston was in SWAT training and he had to be in the Police force. He finally discovered that Puelston is in Chicago Country Sheriff Department.
"It's all so fleeting, we're not guaranteed tomorrow," Flores said. He knows how priceless every memory is.
Receiving upon the camera Puelston was thrilled and told Chris to keep the camera. What he did "is a testament of his character," said Puelston about Flores.