Braxton teen honored for heroic action in saving neighbor State Fire Marshal, others recognize Tyler Baldwin

In front of his high school peers, friends, and family, Tyler Baldwin was recognized on Wednesday, December 15 for his heroic efforts of pulling his elderly neighbor from a house fire on November 29.Baldwin was honored in a ceremony with various dignitaries from throughout the state on hand to recognize him for his actions.Braxton County High School Principal Dr. Tony Minney welcomed everyone to the ceremony followed by Superintendent Kathy Hypes.Criminal Justice Instructor Lee Given spoke briefly about Baldwin and his goals, including his aspirations to become either an officer with the West Virginia Department of . . .

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