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  • Father who saved family from fire will have a home for the holidays

    Ocean Springs resident Clarence Battle and his family will have a home rent-free for the next 90 days after a group of real estate professionals in Ocean Springs heard about his story. Battle ran into his burning home on Nov. 22 to rescue his fiance and three children, suffering burns on his hands and lips in the process.

Ocean Springs resident Clarence Battle and his family will have a home rent-free for the next 90 days after a group of real estate professionals in Ocean Springs heard about his story. Battle ran into his burning home on Nov. 22 to rescue his fiance and three children, suffering burns on his hands and lips in the process. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Ocean Springs resident Clarence Battle and his family will have a home rent-free for the next 90 days after a group of real estate professionals in Ocean Springs heard about his story. Battle ran into his burning home on Nov. 22 to rescue his fiance and three children, suffering burns on his hands and lips in the process. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Man burned rescuing his kids from house fire gets a temporary home

November 30, 2016 5:00 AM