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Disabled Man Rescued From Fire by Good Samaritan

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    Disabled Man Rescued From Fire by Good Samaritan

    A disabled man was rescued Saturday from a burning home by a good Samaritan. (Published Saturday, April 14, 2018)

    Fire investigators in Fort Worth say a disabled man, believed to be in his 60's, was rescued from a burning home by a good Samaritan.

    The fire started Saturday afternoon in the 5700 block of Truman Drive.

    When firefighters arrived, the home was fully involved. 

    Investigators say a BBQ grill was left burning in the backyard and high winds spread the flames onto the home.

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    No one was hurt in the fire.  Three people that live in the home were displaced. Red Cross is now assisting them with a place to stay.

    Details on the heroic rescue by the good Samaritan so far have not been released by firefighters.

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