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Watch: Sheriff s deputy carries bedridden woman out of burning house

Watch: Sheriff s deputy carries bedridden woman out of burning house
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Deputy Justin Ball was the first to enter the smoke-filled home and spoke to a woman inside who told him her mother was bedridden in the room where the fire originated, the department said.

The deputy initially tried to extinguish the fire, but decided that he needed to get the residents mother out of the house first, according to the sheriffs office .

In body camera video accompanying the post, Ball can be seen lifting the senior woman out of the bed as flames rage in the background.
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