70-Year-Old Marine Vet With Lung Problems Runs Into Burning House, Saves Neighbor’s Life /Heroic Virtue Exists. There are good news stories-if journalists would just report them. 

A 70-year-old Marine Corps veteran with poor lung health didn’t hesitate to intervene when he saw a neighbor’s house ablaze. Not only did the vet run into the burning building without protective gear, he also saved a life.James “Cowboy” Johnson of Norristown, Pennsylvania, is a local hero. Johnson had just returned from a trip to the bank at around 10 a.m. on the morning of March 15 when he noticed fire coming from a neighbor’s house. He called 911.“When I first saw it, it was kind of light. Driving up there, it got heavier,” Johnson told WPVI. “I banged on the door, knocked and hollered and screamed … nobody answered. I knew somebody had to be in there.”

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