When fire broke out at the Williams & Bluitt Funeral Home in Indianapolis, Ind., Nathan Bluitt Jr. and Kevin Hunt disregarded personal peril and leapt into a conflagration so large it required 75 firefighters. Placing duty above personal safety, the two men rolled out three caskets containing bodies. Said Bluitt: “I did not want to see those families go through the pain of seeing their loved ones’ remains perish in a fire.”
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