“I was pretty upset when I lost it,” Wade told ABC News. “I had only been married for two years.” Beauchamp, 58, was able to recover Wade’s engagement ring after taking apart their sink, but the wedding ring was never recovered … until last Sunday. View gallery Courtesy of Mr. Rooters Plumbing and Drain Company Beauchamp’s sewer drain was backed up, so he called Mr. Rooter Plumbing and Drain Company in Columbus to come out and fix it. Troy Bronson, an excavation crew leader, told ABC News that he was “excavating a sewer line in our customer Gary Beauchamps backyard and while showing him a piece of the line that we had removed, I noticed something fall out of the pipe onto the ground.” “I immediately knew it was a ring, but my team didnt believe me at first,” Bronson, who’s worked at Mr. Rooters for nearly seven years, continued. “We all started searching the ground — even Gary got on the ground — and we recovered it!” Beauchamp immediately FaceTimed his daughter. “[He said], ‘I want you to look at this ring and tell me what you think,'” Wade, 33, recalled.
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