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Newspaper Delivery Man Hero
ALOHA, Ore. (AP) — A newspaper delivery man responded to a mother's pleas and rescued a 3-year-old boy from a car that quickly burst into flames. Washington County, Ore., sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Bob Ray says the pregnant mother suffered minor injuries early yesterday when her car left a road in the Portland suburb of Aloha, hit a large tree and soon caught fire. The young boy was unhurt. Ray says Isidro Franco-Garcia saw Lezel Ames outside the car, calling for him to save her son — who was still strapped in a car seat. It was Franco-Garcia's first day delivering papers for The Oregonian. He got the boy out just in time.