HEROES: I Thought of My Ten

At 8:30 a.m. on a school morning last week in Salt Lake City, the corner of Ninth South and Eleventh East Streets was as busy as usual: scores of cars rushing city workers downtown, busses carrying students to nearby grade schools, junior high schools, the East High school, the University of Utah. Sidewalks were thick with children.

Two blocks east, atop one of the city's steepest, best sledding hills, Dean Mason Solt, 39, street-department worker, drove his twelve-ton street-roller around the curve, headed down toward the busy intersection. As usual, he shoved...

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