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Man awarded for pulling woman out of burning home

An administrator at Dunbar College Preparatory Academy was awarded for his bravery and saving the life of an elderly woman.

Jason Skelton was presented with an award on Thursday for his efforts in saving the life of 72-year-old Danielle Anderson.  The plaque was given to him by the students of Dunbar.

Skelton insists he is no hero, he simply says he is a good citizen. "I don't like to take the name hero, a good citizen is what I want to be, and she came out and we worked together and we pray that she is still ok Jason Skeleton.

As of Friday morning Anderson remains in critical condition at UMC.

Copyright 2011 KCBD NewsChannel 11.

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