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He also worked on other movies,D. for HyldenHis home was flooded so he was commuting back-and-forth from the family farm on very little sleep"We were running on adrenaline" he saidEarly in the day Herald editor Mike Jacobs told Hylden to do whatever he needed to do to get downtown and snap photos of what’s left after a fire burned the Security Building and others around it — even if it meant intimidating his way thereThat’s not exactly Hylden’s style thoughHe’s a laid back easygoing friendly guy Never confrontationalBut that has its advantages tooHylden had developed a working relationship throughout the years with Grand Forks Police Department Lt Byron Sieber who was in charge of handling the media for the floodHylden and Sieber were near each other on the campus of UND — the emergency headquarters where media members were stationed — when two reporters from WCCO in the Twin Cities pulled up They had an SUV towing a boat called a Zodiac It was basically a raft with a small motor on the backThey asked Sieber for permission to go downtown on the boat to film the damageSieber said it was OK under one condition: They had to take Hylden tooThey accepted"I’ll always be grateful to Byron for doing that" Hylden saidSo the two WCCO reporters Hylden and Sieber drove to Rydell’s on Washington Street and 24th Avenue South to launch the boat about two-and-a-half miles from downtown They got in the boat and immediately headed east toward the river Then they turned northThe neighborhoods were eerily quietThe silence was only pierced by home alarms buzzing along Reeves Drive Many porch lights were still on a reminder of how quickly everyone evacuated a day earlier"We were in awe of what we were seeing" Hylden saidAt one point they came across a power line dangling in the water They quickly turned around and found a different routeAs their boat got closer to downtown and to the river they easily felt the water’s current getting strongerEvery so often a massive five-ton Army truck drove by plowing through the water — its wake smashing windows on buildings alongside the roadThey arrived in the downtown area on South Fourth Street They turned right onto Demers Avenue then left on North Third StreetAs they cruised past what is now Brick and Barley O’Really’s and Level Ten they couldn’t quite see the fire damage on the Security Building because of the four-story building on the southwest corner that was in the way But once they got to the intersection of North Third Street and First Avenue they could see it allThe devastation stunned them"We didn’t expect to see that" Hylden saidThe building was still smokingThe air smelled like a mixture of gasoline floodwater and ashHylden quickly moved into work modeHe grabbed his Canon EOS-1 17-35mm f28 lens zoomed out as wide as he could and started shooting He fired off four or five frames from the middle of that intersectionThe boat never stoppedBecause he was using film at the time he didn’t know what exactly he had capturedThey went around the block once When they got onto Second Avenue Hylden could see that part of the Herald building also had burnedThey turned back south on Fourth StreetThe current was so strong that at one point the boat basically stood still in the water unable to make progress against the strong north flow of water But they eventually made it backHylden packed up his film along with the other Herald photographers It was flown to St PaulThe paper was being designed and printed at the St Paul Pioneer Press which was owned by Knight-Ridder at the time just like the HeraldPioneer Press photographer Rich Marshall looked at the shots and picked out the very first frameHylden said it was the right callThe first frame had the full Security Building in it and a great reflection in the floodwater The top of the building got cut off on Hylden’s second frame The third frame didn’t have as strong of a reflectionHylden still has the negativesHylden’s photo was the centerpiece on the morning of April 21 1997Herald designer Andy Braford who started at the paper as a sports part-timer and was flown to St Paul to design Herald pages a day earlier typed perhaps the most iconic headline in the paper’s history: Come Hell and High WaterA John Stennes photo of a street sign barely peeking above the floodwaters appeared next to the headlineThe main story was written by Liz Fedor who later went to the Star TribuneBraford has since worked at the Star Tribune New York Times and recently moved to the Washington PostThe April 21 1997 edition was one of several newspapers that helped the Herald win the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 1998The Herald’s photo staff of Hylden Stennes Jackie Lorentz and Chuck Kimmerle finished runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Photography that year tooThat front page became part of the Herald’s lore and Jacobs later referenced it in a speech:There was a flood and a fireOur building was destroyedWe were without telephonesWe were 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