Boy Injured in Baltimore Fire in Critical Condition

06/17/2014
The little boy who risked his life to save his younger brother and sister, who were trapped in their burning home in West Baltimore, remained in critical condition Tuesday, reports The Baltimore Sun. Decerio Coley, 8, had suffered life-threatening injuries Monday when he managed to rescue their 4-year-old sister, throwing her from a window into the arms of onlookers below, according to city fire department officials, family and neighbors. He returned back into the flames to try to rescue his 7-year-old brother, Sean McCullough, who was trapped on the second floor. McCullough died after firefighters arrived on the scene. The boy's grandfather, Angelo Jones, said Tuesday afternoon that the...

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