Man Pulls Neighbor From Burning Home

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/31 6:30 pm
A Frankfort man is being commended for getting his neighbor out of harm's way as his home went up in flames on Saturday.

Brian Saucier called Franklin County deputies about the Pickett Avenue fire, rushed over to help, and then saw that his neighbor had collapsed in a doorway while trying to escape.

Saucier reportedly pulled the man out of the home and into the yard.

Officials said a deputy happened to be nearby and helped drag the homeowner to safety as the home became fully engulfed.

No one else was inside the home.

No word on the homeowner's current condition.
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