Deyshia Hargrave is seen talking to the Vermilion Parish School District’s board meeting on Monday night.
Deyshia Hargrave is seen talking to the Vermilion Parish School District’s board meeting on Monday night. Screenshot from KATC Youtube Video
Deyshia Hargrave is seen talking to the Vermilion Parish School District’s board meeting on Monday night. Screenshot from KATC Youtube Video

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  • Firefighter catches child thrown from the 3rd floor of burning building

    Video shows a Dekalb County, Georgia firefighter catching a child dropped from the top of a ladder at an apartment fire on January 3, 2018. The blaze at the Pine Tree Circle complex forced parents to jump from balconies and toss children as young as 1 month old to waiting firefighters below, DeKalb fire Capt. Eric Jackson said. "We were catching babies like a football," Jackson said. "Literally."