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Japanese firefighter LODD story

This happened 30 years ago today.(5.5.1982)   Manabu Sato-Tokyo fire department firefighter- dispatched on the scene. He managed to go to victims on the seventh floor and he protected the victims with his body against fire. After the victims rode a lifter of an aerial ladder, he let it go. Because he…
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