(Associated Press) Jason Warnock's attempt to be an anonymous hero worked out in part. The hero part.
Social media within a day eliminated any chance of the anonymous part after a photo of him pulling a driver from an SUV dangling over a 20-foot cliff above a northern Idaho canyon appeared in the local newspaper.
"This is exactly what I didn't want," Warnock, with a resigned laugh, told the Lewiston Tribune at his Clarkston, Washington, home Thursday. "That's why I left. I cannot stress that enough. I'd rather be in the mountains picking mushrooms."
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