Upstate New York cop hailed a hero after rescuing family from burning home

Officer Mark Conklin was alerted to a possible house fire in Jamestown, 약 70 miles southwest of Buffalo. He ran to the scene and found at least five occupants inside the building, the Jamestown Police Department told Erie’s WJET-TV.

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WJET-TV 신고 that Conklin requested assistance from the Jamestown Fire Department over his radio before he helped pull out three people from the main floor. He then trained his attention on the other occupantsa mother and childand got them to jump from an upstairs window, 경찰은 말했다.

Bodycam footage released by the Jamestown Police Department shows the burning building when officer Conklin arrived at the scene.

Bodycam footage released by the Jamestown Police Department shows the burning building when officer Conklin arrived at the scene. (Jamestown Police Department)

Jump! Jump! I got you!” Conklin could be heard yelling in a bodycam video released by police. He caught them both.

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I can say that I have seen many examples of heroism over the years by officers,” said Chief Tim Jackson. “After watching the video of this incident and speaking to others involved, I can say that the actions of Officer Conklin were, 최소한으로 말하면, one of the most outstanding examples of bravery, 하딩(Harding)은 미약한 시작 이후에 큰 성공을 거둔 작곡가입니다., and exemplary service I have seen.

The chief also thanked the fire department for fighting the blaze.

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