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Vancouver construction workers: Saving girl from house fire Thursday ‘surreal’ but natural

Pair of men thought of their family ties during rescue

By , Columbian staff reporter
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Corbin Cavagna, left, and Timothy Ward pose with their U.S. Construction truck. On their way to a job site Thursday morning, they spotted a house fire in the Barberton area and helped rescue an 11-year-old girl from inside.
Corbin Cavagna, left, and Timothy Ward pose with their U.S. Construction truck. On their way to a job site Thursday morning, they spotted a house fire in the Barberton area and helped rescue an 11-year-old girl from inside. (Contributed by Timothy Ward) Photo Gallery

Two construction workers who helped rescue an 11-year-old girl from a burning house Thursday morning in the Barberton area said they hoped anyone in their position would stop and do the same.

Timothy Ward, 35, and Corbin Cavagna, 21, both of Vancouver, began their morning at about 7, working as a foreman and a laborer, respectively, for U.S.

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