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0 the did in """"IjJq v """" - ...... ..j.. ,... .. . . Spectrum photo Jud Burkett Scot Corbett, 22, and his father Gary sit in and saved the complex and possibly the lives Scot's hospital room at Dixie Regional Med- Med- of its occupants. Corbett received second and ical Center Thursday afternoon in St. George. . third degree burns on his left leg while fignt-Corbett fignt-Corbett fignt-Corbett put out a grease fire in a four-plex four-plex four-plex ing the fire and will have to receive several apartment Saturday night with a wet towel skin grafts to repair the damage to his leg. f i i i Zjm L Sit 3 .... . N'- N'- St. George man lauded for aiding house fire victims l By STEPHANIE OBLEY The Spectrum . Scot Corbett insists he's not a hero. The 22-year-old 22-year-old 22-year-old 22-year-old 22-year-old furniture delivery man said when he heard a woman screaming "My house is on fire!" and learned her children were still in the house, he simply acted. Corbett, a St. George resident, was able to stop a grease fire Saturday Saturday night in a four-plex four-plex four-plex apartment apartment at 970 N. 1300 West. He received second- second- and third-degree third-degree third-degree burns on his legs after the pan of grease fell, catching his legs on fire. He remained at Dixie Regional Medical Center Thursday. At the time of the fire, Corbett was walking to another apartment apartment to watch a televised fight between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield. A woman he didn't know bolted out of her house. "She came running out her door saying 'My house is on fire. It's everything I own.'" Corbett Please see FIRE on A3

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  1. The Daily Spectrum,
  2. 04 Jul 1997, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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