Mormon father-son team ends journey on NBC's 'Get Out Alive'

A Mormon father-son team survived the final journey of NBC’s “Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls” and said the experience helped strengthen their relationship.

“Strong bonds that have been made even stronger. You guys leave with your heads held high,” host and survivalist Bear Grylls said of 24-year-old Austin Vach, technical accounting manager at Microsoft, and his father, 61-year-old Jim Vach, a retired fraud investigator, both of Maple Valley, Wash.

“We’ve got three very strong teams,” Grylls said before he chose a winner. “You’ve all earned my respect the hard way.”

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