A Pennsylvania teen uses a trampoline to rescue neighbors trapped in an apartment fire.

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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Local media says that a quick-thinking Pennsylvania youngster helped his neighbors escape a raging apartment fire early on Tuesday by putting a trampoline under the windows so they could jump to safety.

According to Bentleyville Fire-Rescue, the fire in Bentleyville started just before one in the morning and trapped several persons inside.
Falon O’Regan, 17, jumped from a flaming building’s window and immediately started looking for a way to rescue anyone else remaining inside, according to WPXI-TV.

The trampoline had to be moved from the side of the house to the three bedrooms on the last portion of the house by ORegan and Robert, his downstairs neighbor, because they risked injury if we didn’t.

Despite their discomfort, those who were forced to leap out of the windows told the station that they had no other option.

Firefighters responded just before 1 a.m. to an apartment fire in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday.

On Tuesday in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, an apartment building caught fire just before one in the morning. Fire-Rescue in Bentleyville

According to the report, three people received treatment for smoke inhalation, and one person suffered a leg injury.
Becky Williams, ORegan’s mother, referred to her son as a hero.

A quick-thinking 17-year-old, Falon O'Regan, jumped out of a window and pushed a trampoline under other windows to help those still trapped inside escape the flames.

To aid those still inside escape the flames, a quick-thinking 17-year-old named Falon O’Regan leaped out of a window and placed a trampoline under other windows. Fire-Rescue in Bentleyville

“I’m pleased with him. We believe we lost our pets, hence we are experiencing losses. But today, he helped a lot of people “added Williams.

According to fire officials, the Red Cross is providing assistance to 12 people and six children who were forced to flee their homes as a result of the fire.

Investigations into the fire’s origin were ongoing.
About 30 miles south of Pittsburgh is Bentleyville.

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