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LAPD officers who suffered smoke inhalation in Sylmar fire rescue hailed; are already back on patrol

LAPD officers who suffered smoke inhalation in Sylmar fire rescue hailed; are already back on patrol



2018-07-12T16:11:14+0000

“They care about people — you can’t train that,” Deputy Chief John Sherman said. “They saved that man’s life.”

Using their flashlights and batons, all four pushed furniture out of the way while they cleared the home in search of the victim.


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