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Man who saved toddler from fire honored
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Jerry Estes was honored Monday by Smithville Police Chief Mark Collins and Smitville Fire Chief Charlie Parker for saving a child from a burning home.
A man who climbed through a window into a burning home to save the life of a 23-month-old child was honored for his heroic actions by the Smithville Police Department and the Smithville Fire Department Monday night. Smithville Police Chief Mark Collins and Fire Chief Charlie Parker presented a plaque to Jerry Estes, who went into the burning residence on south Mountain Street in December to save the life of the toddler. While presenting the award, Smithville Police Chief Mark Collins said Estes’ act was a “selfless act of bravery.”

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