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4 Canadians win Carnegie Hero medals
Out of 24 Canadians, four Canadians won medals and cash for the Pittsburgh Olympics.
Carnegie board of legends
Including Helen Goulet from B Courtenay. C.
Saved her 89-year-
Old friend in a house fire on January 1
At that time, 72-year-old gullet was helping Ross Downing\'s husband clean up the garage when she heard a scream coming from the house.
Goulet enters the burning home and drags Downing to a safe place.
Other Canadians include Clifford W. J.
Peterson, officer from Ajax, Ontario
In December, he saved a man on an icy bridge in Toronto. 8, 2013. Fraser A.
Potatoes from Limoges, Ontario.
Honored for saving a drowning woman in a suicide attempt at Fairford.
May 10, 2013.
The fourth Canadian is Joshua.
In July 5, 2014, Gardiner in Calgary saved a man whose SUV left the road and landed in a pond at the golf course.
The Carnegie Hero Award, which will be officially announced on Thursday, is named after Pittsburgh steel giant and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, he was inspired by heroic stories in a coal mine disaster that killed 181 people, including a miner and an engineer trying to rescue others.
The Commission investigates the story of heroism and issues medals and cash multiple times a year.
It has already donated $37.
Between 7 million and 9,821 winners or their families since 1904. —
With The Associated Press.