Danville Boy Helps Family Escape Fire

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 12/26/2013 1:46 pm
A Danville family is safe after a 12-year-old boy helped them escape a house fire early Thursday morning.

Firefighters say the fire started around 3:30 Thursday morning on West Lexington Street.

They say Jaxxyn Wood was up late playing video games when he started to smell smoke.

He woke up his 8 family members which all safely escaped the house fire.

Fire crews believe the fire, which is still under investigation, started in the kitchen.
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