first reported this story last night at 11:00 but we have learned more about young miles bryant who was desperately trying to free himself for hours stuck waist deep in the muck of a creek. sara bloomquist is live at the 200 block of kingswood lane. sara how did they get him out. >> reporter: well jim, they used their training and special equipment, this is where the rescue played out. we are here in the woods back here in the bryant home, you can see how swampy and muddy it is here. miles and his brother and a friend were playing in a creek that runs back here and the creek wall collapsed trapping him and it took hours and over 100 first responders to rescue him. >> i don't usually freak out but it was scary. >> miles bryant spent hours stuck in the muddy creek. these still photos showed the massive effort it took to free
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