Firefighter who came to see his son on duty at one of his first fires helps rescue woman

A Louisiana firefighter showed up to a house fire to see his son in action, but it turned out that day that the 31-year veteran would help save a woman.The fire broke out at a home in Metairie, Louisiana on Good Friday.Denis “Tye” Mire Jr. has been a firefighter for 31 years. Now, his son is following in his footsteps. It was that day that his son went to one of his first house fires, and Mire said he decided to go see him.Mire arrived at the home on Kim Street as it was engulfed in flames.One of three people was missing and when Mire walked around the back, hopping the fence, he spotted the lone woman who was trapped in the corner of the yard.Mire managed to get her to the arms of her daughter and son-in-law. Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

A Louisiana firefighter showed up to a house fire to see his son in action, but it turned out that day that the 31-year veteran would help save a woman.

The fire broke out at a home in Metairie, Louisiana on Good Friday.

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Denis “Tye” Mire Jr. has been a firefighter for 31 years. Now, his son is following in his footsteps. It was that day that his son went to one of his first house fires, and Mire said he decided to go see him.

Mire arrived at the home on Kim Street as it was engulfed in flames.

One of three people was missing and when Mire walked around the back, hopping the fence, he spotted the lone woman who was trapped in the corner of the yard.

Mire managed to get her to the arms of her daughter and son-in-law.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.