Jeff Zausch, left, and EJ Snyder, among the hosts of Discovery Channel’s “Dual Survival,” display fire extinguishers they collected as potential weapons to defend themselves during last week’s Turkish coup. Zausch is a resident of Pocatello.
Jeff Zausch, left, and EJ Snyder, among the hosts of Discovery Channel’s “Dual Survival,” display fire extinguishers they collected as potential weapons to defend themselves during last week’s Turkish coup. Zausch is a resident of Pocatello. Provided by Jeff Zausch
Jeff Zausch, left, and EJ Snyder, among the hosts of Discovery Channel’s “Dual Survival,” display fire extinguishers they collected as potential weapons to defend themselves during last week’s Turkish coup. Zausch is a resident of Pocatello. Provided by Jeff Zausch

Idahoan swung into survival mode amid Turkish coup

July 21, 2016 11:32 AM

UPDATED July 22, 2016 07:32 AM

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