January 3

Officer Brandon Bean rescues 2 from Algood house fire on New Year’s Day


ALGOOD, Tenn. — An Algood Police Officer (Brandon Bean) rescued two people from a house fire on New Year’s Day.

The police department praised the actions of Officer Brandon Bean on Facebook.

Officer Bean responded to the fire on Quinland Lake Road. Heavy smoke was coming from the home when he arrived. He managed to remove two residents from the home, one of which was immobile due to health issues.

He then returned and rescued the family pet.

Officials say the homeowners are recovering from smoke inhalation and toxic fumes. The Algood Fire Department arrived shortly after Bean’s rescue and extinguished the kitchen fire.

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