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Newark Mayor Cory Booker Saves Woman From Burning Building

Click here to view this media The legend just continues to grow...Seriously though, how cool is this? Newark Mayor Cory Booker was taken to a hospital tonight for treatment of smoke inhalation he suffered trying to rescue his next-door neighbors from their burning house. "I just grabbed her and whipped her out of the bed," Booker said in recounting the fire. Booker told The Star-Ledger he also suffered second-degree burns on his hand.
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