Survivor of Texas A&M University bonfire tragedy in documentary film 20 years later  

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Twenty years ago, a 90-year-old tradition came to a devastating end at Texas A&M University.

John Comstock survived the bonfire accident on Nov. 18, 1999 where a stack of 5,000 logs collapsed on campus grounds. John and filmmaker Charlie Minn visit Morning Dose to talk about their upcoming documentary “The 13th Man.”

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