Good Samaritan Dressed as Superman Saves Family From House Fire

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A Good Samaritan dressed in a Superman costume saved his neighbors from the fires plaguing Los Angeles over the weekend.

Marcy Zavala, along with her four sleeping children and her husband, Henry, were inside their home as Paul Peterson screamed to wake them up. The flames were heading towards their home. Embers were caught on the family’s Ring door camera as they hit their property.

He said the family was “sound asleep” and he was “screaming as loud as I could.”

On Monday, the family met Peterson and Marcy was in tears as she told him, “I haven’t had a chance to tell him thank you. Words can’t express the feeling."

The fast moving fire about 60 miles east of Los Angeles destroyed six homes.


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