Speech to Text for Man Runs Into Burning Medford Home to Save Neighbor's Precious Items
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a home isman who lives not far down the road ran into this home not once, but twice. the first time was to make sure no one was inside. the second--to grab any sort of memories he thought the family might want." this is what the house looks like now. brendan hurd did what he thought was the right thing to do once he saw flames and smoke from down the street. it all started when his friend came over to visit. brendan says: "he bought a new truck which was kind of random. he just wanted to smoke." that's when the two sprung into action, immediately heading to the front doors of the house on fire. running in making sure no one was inside. then running inside again to see if there was anything precious that could be saved before the home was completely destroyed. brendan says: "i don't know what's important to other people but i know what's important to me. down the hall where the fire started to come in there was a bunch of pictures and little plaster hand prints of their kids you could see and stuff like that so i started grabbing that stuff off the wall until i couldn't anymore." the two also grabbed some hoses to try and put out some flames until the fire department got there. hurd says he's glad he ran in twice. brendan says: "it was pretty obvious that was the only thing they were going to have left. and i, i don;t know. if it were my house that would be stuff i would want. so i ended up giving it to a neighbor lady that ended up giving it to them. i found out early this morning that they did end up receiving those items and they were really greatful for it. the jackson county sheriff's office says two people suffered minor injuries from the fire. one was a firefighter, the other was a bystander. andryanna says: "the sheriff's office is still investigating what could have caused this home to go up in flames. in medford, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." on the