Craig Morgan Rescues Children From Fire

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While singers, songwriters and producers received recognition for winning Grammys over the weekend, Craig Morgan put his training to good use. Craig, who had just gotten off the road from touring, was in his hometown of Dickson, Tenn., when he witnessed a house fire and decided to help in any way he could.

The former emergency medical technician and assistant deputy sheriff ran into a blazing, smoke-filled house and rescued two children who were still inside. Then, after the volunteer fire department arrived to put out the blaze, they handed Craig a hose to help douse the flames. The children made it out safely and the house obtained only minimal damage.

Syndicated radio personalities Big D and Bubba called Craig to find out his side of the story. "I'm just doing what anyone would do," Craig said modestly. Hear Craig tell how the rescue happened below.

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