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UPDATE: Lost Citadel ring will be replaced

ATLANTA (WXIA) - A good Samaritan lost his most prized possession - his Citadel ring - while helping to push cars out of the ice and snow in Buckhead during the storm.

UPDATE: The Atlanta Citadel club contacted 11Alive News Friday and revealed their plans to replace Zach's ring at no charge to him. When we broke the news to Zach, he was shocked. "Wow. Wow. I can't believe it, " he told 11Alive's Julie Wolfe. "That just really brightened my day."

Sheri Harris says her son, Zach Sanders, who was a 2013 graduate of The Citadel, was helping to push cars out of the ice at the Tuxedo Festival parking lot near the intersection of Roswell Road and Old Ivy Road. Over the course of the pushing, Zach's ring fell from his finger.

After looking in the area and not being able to find it, Zach's mom, Sheri Harris, took to social media to see if someone had found the ring.

She says that the ring means more to him than the value of it.

"Even though it is valuable," she wrote on her Facebook page, "It is mostly sentimental because of what it represents to him. Thank you so much for any help and prayers!"


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