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(WTVR)   Off-duty firefighter saves elderly man from burning home: 'It never crossed my mind not to go in'   ( divider line
    More: Hero, Prince George County, Virginia, Petersburg, Virginia, Colonial Heights, Virginia, Tri-Cities, Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, Chesterfield County, Virginia, duty Petersburg firefighter, Petersburg Firefighter Chris Lawrence  
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1401 clicks; posted to Main » on 25 Mar 2019 at 5:20 PM (16 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2019-03-25 02:07:43 PM Full Size

Regrets, I've had a few....
2019-03-25 05:24:30 PM  
Brap - Let's keep these incidents few and fire between
2019-03-25 05:26:08 PM  
Poor neighbor.  90 years old and "covered in burns."  My old man went into the hospital in far better condition than that and shuffled off his coil 3 days later.
2019-03-25 05:28:43 PM  
Reminds me of that fire 1 year ago 

Heartbreak as mum wakes from five month coma to find her four children died in house fire
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2019-03-25 05:53:30 PM  
Thats just how they roll.
2019-03-25 06:00:30 PM  
Your signature and your life both go on the same line in the first-responder professions.
2019-03-25 06:38:51 PM  
"... maybe it should of."


/May we all have a neighbor like him.
2019-03-25 08:29:57 PM  
That's how you tell a firefighter from a cop.
2019-03-25 08:52:33 PM  
2019-03-25 09:05:17 PM  
Waiting for the next headline "Cop sees man in burning building...shoots him dead to prevent man suffering"
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