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Wayland Girl Given Hero Award For Saving Family From House Fire

Wayland Patch 4/3/17: Wayland Girl Given Hero Award For Saving Family From House Fire. There’s a hero among us, and she’s fifth grader over at the Happy Hollow School. The young girl alerted her family to a fire in their home, getting them all out and likely saving their lives. The Wayland Fire Department and State Fire Marshal, Peter Ostosky, presented the “Young Hero’s Award” to Anastasia Vavrick, a fifth grader at the Happy Hollow School, for her heroic actions during February school vacation.

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