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Sophia Rouse traveled thousands of miles with her family from Hawaii to thank a Los Angeles firefighter for saving her life. LAFD member Daniel Harris was in Hawaii on vacation, but not off guard, when Sophia nearly drowned in a hotel pool. She was found not breathing at the bottom of the pool, and Harris resuscitated her. They reunited in California where Sophia gifted Harris with a floral lei, a token of thanks for the hero who saved her life. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.
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