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Australia Couple find lost diamond rings amid tonnes of garbage

04:05  16 december  2019
04:05  16 december  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Dedicated council workers in Melbourne have helped a couple pull off a Christmas miracle by sifting through tonnes of garbage to find two lost diamond wedding rings.

The drama started on Saturday when the couple, who were renovating their home, had dropped off a load of garbage at Stonnington Council Depot in Malvern in Melbourne's inner south-east, council spokesperson Jim Carden told nine.com.au.

"The couple drove home and then realised that night that they had inadvertently swept up the wife's wedding and engagement rings into a pink garbage bag," Mr Carden said.

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The couple, who asked not to be identified, made a panicked call to the council and were told to report at the waste transfer station at the "crack of dawn" to see what could be done, he said.

After showing up at 4am on Sunday, the couple met their saviours in the form of four council workers – Macca, Rick, Barry and Dave.

The truck was on its way to the tip at Werribee. © City of Stonnington Council The truck was on its way to the tip at Werribee.

The workers were able to identify which truck the couple's rubbish was likely to be in and intercept it before it left for Werribee tip.

"Our boys went above and beyond by backing the truck back up into a safe area and gently disgorging its contents," Mr Carden said.

"And, low and behold, there was the pink garbage bag with the tissues and rings still inside, so they were happily reunited with their sentimental valuables."

It is not known how much the diamond rings were worth, however nine.com.au understands they were very valuable.

Stonnington Council collected around 30 tonnes of garbage a year, and residents were urged to take care of their belongings because such happy outcomes were extremely rare, Mr Carden said.

"We stress throughout all of this … just be careful what you throw out because once it's gone it's gone."

Contact reporter Emily McPherson at emcpherson@nine.com.au.

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