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Temperature History - Aug 14

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  Today Normal Record 8/14/2015
High 82° 80° 94° (1922) 91°
Low 60° 57° 38° (1992) 63°

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Rises at 6:17 AM with 14:08 of sunlight, then sets at 8:25 PM

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Rises at 5:43 PM with 9:41 of moolight, then sets at 3:24 AM

FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

Incredible recovery for man who nearly drown 7 years ago

Tyler Lazert is 21-years-old, but he's celebrating what he calls, a 7 th birthday after he nearly died back in 2009.

Lazert was 14-years-old when he was at a friend's pool and slipped underwater. He suffered a seizure and sank to the bottom of the pool.

Lazert was underwater for two minutes before he was pulled out. His recovery has been incredible.

"I was a strong person. I really didn't want to die. And that's the reason I am here." Lazert said.

He was in a coma with his heart flat lining twice.

"No I should not be here. I'm positive I should not be here, but I know I am here right now for some other reason." Lazert said.

He believes he's here to educate others on the dangers of silent drowning.

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The Fox 9 investigators piece on Silent Drowning has been viewed across the globe, Tyler hopes the message is saving lives.

"When you think about drowning, you think about flailing and people like that. But in fact, there are not that many flailing victims in the drowning scenarios. Usually very silent. They go under water and no one knows about them." Lazert said.

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