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Australia Hero neighbour convinces man to leave burning home

06:00  09 october  2019
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a group of people on a train track with smoke coming out of it: The front of the home was fully alight by the time fire crews arrived.© 9News The front of the home was fully alight by the time fire crews arrived. A neighbour is being praised for convincing a Sunshine Coast man to evacuate his home when a fire started in the garage.

Martin Mitchell said he saw black smoke billowing from the home on University Way in Sippy Downs and ran around the house to find a man attempting to fight the fire with a garden hose.

"It was full of smoke, it was pretty ugly," Mr Mitchell said.

"I just grabbed him and we got him out.

"You could hear it coming through the wall, into the dining room, the lounge room, it was bad."

A number of people were inside the home but eventually fled to a safe area across the road as other residents doorknocked neighbouring homes.

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MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A Milwaukee man saved three girls from a burning home . It happened about 5 a.m It happened about 5 a.m. Tuesday morning when he saw flames at a home at 24th Place and Melvina Street. Family members say Fred Jackson busted in a front door and a window to get inside.

"There were some other people helping out, the neighbours all jumping in."

Fire crews arrived to find the front of the house fully alight.

Inspector Cameron Herbert from Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) said the fire crews were able to save the back of the home.

"The firefighters when they arrived did a fantastic job in saving half of the house so a lot of the possessions in this house were saved," he said.

He said an investigating into the cause of the fire would be delayed until the partially collapsed roof was secured and deemed safe.

There have been no reports of unaccounted persons or animals.

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