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‘I’d Do It For Anybody’: Oklahoma Police Officer Hospitalized After Running Through Flames to Rescue His Own Children In House Fire | Atlanta Black Star

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‘I’d Do It For Anybody’: Oklahoma Police Officer Hospitalized After Running Through Flames to Rescue His Own Children In House Fire | Atlanta Black Star

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NIARA SAVAGE, ATLANTA BLACK STAR

An Oklahoma officer who sustained burns across his body in the process of rescuing his two children from a house fire last week was hospitalized but is recovering.

Corporal Anthony Louie of the Seminole Police Department responded to a house fire on the morning of Friday, Nov. 13, and realized upon arriving that it was his house that was aflame, with his children trapped inside. The 33 year old ran through his burning porch to rescue his sons, ages 14 and 7, from the burning home.

When the boys turned a corner in the home in Seminole, Oklahoma, they were shocked to see their father.

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