In West Fargo, North Dakota, a group of Aurora Elementary School kids who were having a water fight gave new meaning to the term “volunteer fire fighters!”
The five kids were enjoying a day of summer fun with their super soaker water guns when they spotted a fire on the deck of a neighbor’s apartment. They then alerted the occupant of the apartment and proceeded to put out the fire. The occupant of the apartment is on oxygen and was unable to help.
When firefighters arrived the fire was already out. They found the remains of a burned planter and some damage to siding and other objects nearby. West Fargo Fire Chief Daniel Fuller credited the kids with quick thinking. They may ave saved the apartment occupant and averted tragedy with their water gun skills.