Wallace Collins is one lucky guy.

The New York City resident accidentally dropped his wedding ring down a sewer grate a week ago, but with the help of a local utilities company, the ring was safely returned to its owner Wednesday.

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According to NBC New York, Collins' ring slipped off his finger as he juggled papers while rushing to a lunch meeting.

"It rolled along the sidewalk and it was kind of like a slow-motion, 'Wait, that's my ring!'" he said.

After several unsuccessful attempts to get help, Collins contacted local energy company Con Edison, which maintains access to the grate.

His request was placed on a waiting list since it was not a pressing emergency.

Sure enough though, a crew showed up a week later and was able to retrieve the ring, which had fallen 15 feet below the grate.

"I'll always be paranoid about it now," Collins said.

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