New Mexico construction worker saves baby, toddler from burning building


A New Mexico construction worker is being hailed a hero for saving a two-month-old girl and a young boy from a burning building Friday, according to a report.

Construction workers had been installing a roof on a building in northeast Albuquerque when a fire broke out at an adjacent apartment building, KOAT-TV reported.

A construction worker helped save a two-month-old girl and a young boy after a fire broke out on Friday, according to a report. 
(Albuquerque Fire Rescue)

Mason Fierro, one of the workers, told the station he saw a man screaming for help from the second-story with his baby and toddler.

“We saw him hanging out of the window with his baby, his two-month-old baby,” Fierro said.

Construction workers brought their ladders over while Fierro told the man to drop the baby girl into his arms.

“He dropped her. I caught her. Then they bring another little boy, two or three-years-old, then we caught him as well,” Fierro added.

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Fierro credited the rest of the construction workers with helping to save the children’s parents.

“We had each other’s back, and it was just an all-in thing,” Fierro said.

Fierro and the crew made sure the children’s parents were okay before going door-to-door to alert people until firefighters arrived.

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Albuquerque Fire Rescue said three people were sent to the hospital for minor smoke inhalation. No other injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.



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