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    Video: Firefighters rescue man trapped on balcony of burning building.

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    WOW! This Heroic Rescue By the Houston Fire Department is Incredible!

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    Watch How Construction Worker Survived Houston Fire : NBC News 3/26/14

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    Construction Worker Miraculously Rescued From Apartment Complex Fire in Houston, Texas

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