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As a Texan, a wife, and was not surprised to see a site had, the crew is able to see the traces of her engagement ring after she accidentally threw it away.
Robert Cabeen of Waxahachie has shared the incredible story of her ring’s discovery on Facebook, explaining that she threw it out the acclaimed engagement ring and, as a result of a miscommunication.”
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“On Friday morning, and I had to call [the Turkey Creek Landfill] because I accidentally threw away my ring that my husband gave me when he asked [me] this 5 years ago,” Cabeen said on Facebook. “The ring, it meant the world to me, and because of miscommunication, I accidentally threw it away!!!”
The woman goes on to write that the trash had already been picked up, when she realized what she had done.
Soon, Cabeen, called the site and spoke with a woman, identified as Karen Fuller, special waste coordinator at the waste disposal site, which told me Cabeen, “the process of how to get things done that have been on the street all the way to the dump.”
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“When they told me it was my heart shattering bit by bit, knowing that I would never see my ring again,” the woman said, adding Fuller was “so sweet and kind, and empathetic,” they are “reasonable.”
Together, the Turkey Creek Landfill employees-Joseph-de Soto, Adolfo Calleja, and Tyler Harwood is searched up to and including 10 tons of garbage to get to the ring.
“She … wanted me to be realistic in the fact that it is the finding of a ring, it was like finding a needle in a haystack.”
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Fuller took on more of the details on the bag color and the ring looks like before you call the garbage truck and the driver about the missing assets.
It is a miracle, and the driver had his lunch, and after the completion of the collection route, so that the trash can had not been brought into the press and crushed to death. Together, the employees, Joseph, de Soto, Adolfo Calleja, and Tyler Harwood is searched up to and including 10 tons of garbage to get to the ring, People reported.
In one way or the other, and is just 10 minutes away from going through the garbage bags, Calleja “and caught a glimpse of the one ring, and was able to save him, and he told KTVT.
The group washed the jewelry, and reach Cabeen, to see if it was the hair — which makes them very surprised.
“I was knocked out, they found it [the ring],” she wrote. “Adolfo and Soto, were a HUGE contribution to the development of the application. She looked at the thousands of pieces of trash to find something special for someone they don’t know. They didn’T have to do that, but they went on with their discussion of the duty to assist, and for that I am forever grateful!”
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“I want them to get the recognition that I possibly can, because they deserve it! In a world full of wrong and of hatred, and it really shows and proves that there are still wonderful people in this world, and they have to work for your company,” she said, in a comment directed at Waste Connections, waste management, and the company.
Waste [Connections] has been very, very fortunate to have Karen, Soto, and Adolfo, to be apart [sic] of you and your team.”