Patrick Tobin

Tobin, Patrick
February 2002
Teen Ink;Feb2002, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p38
The article offers information on the incident that made the author's father, Patrick Tobin, a hero. Tobin saved the sister of the author from falling of a boulder. The incident happened during a family reunion in Maine. According to the author, it has become a tradition for his family to go to the beach even though the water is ice cold. Before they could reach the ocean, the author's family has to cross a string of boulders.


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