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Dashcam Video: Deputy Rescues Disabled Man from House Fire

The fire occurred on December 7, 2010. Deputy Charles Fabian was honored on Monday for his bravery.

KXXV.com:

Deputy Charles Fabian

LIMESTONE COUNTY – A Limestone County Sheriff’s Deputy who pulled a disabled man from a burning home three weeks ago was honored on Monday.

Deputy Charles Fabian was on a routine patrol on Dec. 7 when he noticed fire coming from a residence at 2764 LCR 656 in Thornton, about 50 miles east of Waco.

When he arrived, the house was fully engulfed in flames and a woman, Diane Gonzalez, who arrived shortly after, said her wheelchair-bound son, 33-year-old Corey Gonzalez, was inside.

Other links to story:

Dashcam Video Shows Fire Rescue For Which Deputy Honored Monday
Deputy honored for saving disabled man from burning home
Deputy Credited With Helping Rescue Disabled Man From Burning House

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