Officer catches boy who jumped from deadly fire

A Livermore Falls police-officer is being credited with rescuing two boys from the burning home Tuesday night, police said Wednesday early morning.

Firefighters had been called to your house on mainstreet approximately 7 p.m.. Your house had been engulfed in flames when crews came on spectacle.


An 11-year-old plus a 14-year-old residing from your residence escaped by jumping in the second-floor window, even in accordance with Maine State Police. One of them had been hurt at the jump also has been brought to a healthcare facility.

Sgt. Vernon Stevens happened to see that the fire was even reported to firefighters, Police Chief Ernest Steward, Jr. explained Wednesday.

Stevens cried for its boys to jump, catching the 14-year-old.

Even the 11-year-old jumped and hit on a secondary roof, but will be OK.

Sgt. Stevens suffered minor injuries also. He’s been with the office.

The identification of the victim has not been released.

The cause of the fire is under evaluation.