For the guy who posted about lack of prayer shown in the episode: In my day as a rural pastor and volunteer law enforcement chaplain, I responded in all kinds of circumstances including grain bin extrications. Trust me - these life-and-death events are wrapped in prayer by and for everyone from victim (s) to emergency responders to the co-workers, families and friends who show up when they get the horrifying phone calls or hear the call for assistance on their scanners. As chaplains, we surround the bystanders with a safety zone in which they can cry, pray, wait, and then receive and deal with news of the outcome. If yhe family has a priest, pastor or other spiritual advisor they want notified, we get that done ASAP. We also do crowd control , next-of-kin notification, and debriefing care for the rescuers, law enforcement, etc. Given the nature of rural life and volunteer emergency services, the person trapped in the bin is likely to be someone we know. So, if you don't see dramatic religious displays in such documentaries or news coverage, know that rural emergency response units and law enforcement departments and faith communities plan for the spiritual aspects of such disasters.