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Heroic Pizza Delivery Man Rescues Five Children from Burning Home




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In a remarkable act of bravery, a 25-year-old pizza delivery man has been credited with saving the lives of five children from a devastating house fire, Your Content has learned.

Nicholas Bostic, hailed as a real-life superhero, was on his delivery route in Lafayette, Louisiana, when he noticed a house consumed by flames around midnight on July 11.

Initially planning to call for professional help, Bostic realized that he had forgotten his phone at home. Without hesitation, he courageously entered the blazing building, disregarding his own safety. Inside, amidst the thick smoke and roaring flames, he struggled to find anyone.

However, a glimpse of a terrified teenager at the top of the stairs caught his attention. The teenager was desperately trying to protect a group of children from the growing danger. With swift thinking and fearless determination, Bostic swiftly rescued four children and guided them to safety outside.

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But his heroism didn’t stop there. Recognizing that one child was still trapped, Bostic made a daring decision. He jumped from a second-story window, cradling a six-year-old girl in his arms, securing her escape from the perilous inferno.

Thanks to Nicholas Bostic’s selfless actions, all five children were successfully rescued from the burning home. His courageous act has earned him widespread praise and the heartfelt gratitude of the community, according to TMZ.

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