|The entire city of Fresno, California is looking|
for the man in the blue Dodgers cap who
dashed into a flaming house and
carried a 73 year old man to safety.
The guy who rescued the man from this fire has been found. His name is Thomas Artiago, and the man he rescued have been reunited, says KFSN in Fresno.
KFSN reports Artiago "remains humble about the experience, saying he wasn't acting bravely or even courageously. He just acted.
'It was just an instinct, you know,' he said. 'Instinct, you see someone and help out people.'""
They're not going to arrest him, or charge him with any crimes. They just want to find the right person to thank.
The house was flaming, big time, and filled with dense smoke. Explosions rattled around inside. The fire department wasn't there yet.
A dramatic video shot by a woman named Beth Lederach, who was driving by, saw the smoke, called 911 and then started filming.
"The rescuer appeared to have 'come out of nowhere,' Lederach said. 'He just calmly walked right in there and came walking right back out with this guy,'" says the Fresno Bee.
"I wasn't going fast enough, so a guy picked me up and carried me out there. He was kind of in a half run," Wells told television station KFSN.
"Thank you from the bottom of my heart, that I made it out," Wells told KFSN, hoping the rescuer was watching.