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Breckenridge High School graduate Heath Oakley rescues man, dogs from fire in Comanche

Breckenridge High School graduate Heath Oakley rescues man, dogs from fire in Comanche
June 10
13:13 2022

Breckenridge High School graduate Heath Oakley recently rescued a man and three dogs when a fire broke out in Comanche, where he is now a police officer.

Oakley graduated from BHS in 2017 and has been working at the CPD for about a year, according to news reports.

He was on patrol on Memorial Day weekend when he was alerted to a structure fire. Oakley’s experience as a firefighter kicked in when he arrived on the scene, and he rescued a man from an RV that went up in flames minutes later. Sparks from that fire drifted to another structure, where Oakley later helped rescue three dogs, he told KTAB News in Abilene.

KTAB News in Abilene and Fox News West Texas aired segments on the story:

 

 


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