It was late afternoon Friday, July 4th weekend! Received a call from customer that we cut the main gas line to her house and she had no hot water. This was an executive with Wal-Mart, $350.000 home with 4 children. Now, we get blamed for a lot of things, but this one is impossible because this is a 1 ½ inch steel pipe rising out of the ground, then elbowing to the house. We usually just tell them to get it fixed & send us the bill rather than personally go to look at damage because it never changes anyones mind. But, in this case, we wanted to see, & yes, there was a little slice (like a saw) in the pipe. By then it was 6PM, she had called the gas Company to turn the gas off & really upset! So, we went to the phone book looking for a plumber at night, & after hearing $2 & 3 Thousand dollar quotes, we called a company called GOD TO THE RESCUE plumber that said he would do it that night for $800 but we had to bring him a money order. What we did not know at that point was the City must inspect the repair before the gas company would turn the gas back on & the plumber must show that he personally is a licensed master plumber. Not the case with Mr. GOD. Wow, what a predicament on a Friday night July 4th weekend. To make the story shorter, God to the Rescue found a friend with a license; somehow we got the City to inspect, & the gas Company to turn back on by Saturday night. Whew what a project. How did we accomplish this? Well the 21 inch Toro was almost new, but a rock had broke out a hole in the skirt about 3inch square. & somehow while they were snuggling up to the pipe, the hole in the skirt allowed the blade to cut the pipe. We learned to never use a mower with a hole in the skirt.