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Towson graduation reunites fire victim and her rescuer
Towson graduation reunites fire victim and her rescuer

When Ted Sutton closed his eyes and thought about Jacqueline Miller, a heartbreaking image would form in his mind. He'd see the beautiful little 5-year-old girl outside a burning Baltimore City rowhouse. Wearing only a nightgown, with braids crowning her head, she was so badly burned that her skin was already loosening like wet paper. An ambulance whisked the girl and other victims of the 1996 fire on Biddle Street to the hospital. Someone bandaged the hand Sutton burned while helping rescue people from the fire. Did the little girl survive? Was she happy? "I'm like, 'What happened to everybody?'" Sutton said. "I had so many unanswered...

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