“He put his life on the line:’ Sheriff deputy saves residents trapped in burning condo

An Eaton County Sheriff deputy has been released from the hospital after rescuing three people trapped inside a burning condominium Tuesday night in Lansing.   Police say the residents trapped inside had medical issues and were unable to escape the burning home.  First responders arrived shortly after Deputy Jenkins and had the fire under control within 15 minutes and out after 30 minutes.   Read the article……………

 


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