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Man Brought Three Little Kids out of Burning Flat
11.03.2015 15:15
Man Brought Three Little Kids out of Burning Flat

A two-flat house took fire in Raychikhinsk town of the Amur Region on March 8.

      Before the arrival of firefighters a neighbor rescued little children, who were without the adults in the apartment on fire. A 6-year-old boy was rushing about in the yard, while a one-year-old baby and two children of two and five years of age were in the house. The man wrapped them all up with a blanket and carried them all together out of the house into his car. Thanks to him three little children escaped the fire unharmed.

      In five minutes firemen arrived at the scene to see dense smoke pouring out of the windows of Apartment No. 1. It took them about twenty minutes to completely eliminate the ignition.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Amur Region Life Saving Fires Heroism  

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