Lynwood 4-year-old Ronon Thomas plays with balloons that were presented to him Tuesday along with a Certificate of Heroism. Ronon alerted his father Brandon Thomas that their home was on fire, giving Brandon enough time to save Ronon's 1-year-old sister.
Lynwood 4-year-old Ronon Thomas holds on to his balloons Tuesday as Lynwood Fire Department Deputy Chief John Cobb presents a Certificate of Heroism for Ronon to the boy's father, Brandon Thomas.
LYNWOOD - Brandon Thomas shows (l-r) Lynwood Deputy Fire Chief John Cobb and Fire Chief Michael Mears on his cell phone the bodily fire injuries he suffered at his home to his back after receiving the Certificate on Honor along with his four-year-old son Ronon "For Acts of Courage and Preven…
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