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Rescuers Who Saved Ohio Woman From Burning Vehicle Sue Her

 Wednesday, August 3, 2011

 Fox News

Two men honored as heroes for rescuing a woman from her burning sport utility vehicle after it crashed have sued her, claiming they’re physically and emotionally scarred. The lawsuit, filed in central Ohio’s Marion County by David Kelley and Mark Kincaid, seeks damages in excess of $25,000 for each man and claims that Theresa Tanner was at fault and that saving her life left the men with disabling injuries. Kelley said the smoke and fire damaged his lungs so much that he can no longer carry a laundry basket upstairs in his home, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

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