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    Clinton police officer named Carnegie hero 092719 - Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Officer Phil DiLuca of the Clinton Police Department poses for a portrait at the town office in Clinton on Friday. DiLuca has been named a Carnegie hero for saving a man from a burning trailer in June 2017.

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    Police tape surrounds the mobile home at 13 Gold St. in Evergreen Terrace mobile home park in Clinton on June 14, 2017. Clinton police Officer Phil DiLuca has been named a Carnegie hero for entering the burning building and rescuing Shawn Skehan, who was asleep in bed while the fire spread from the attic.

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    Shawn Skehan stands for a portrait at his home on Gold Street in Clinton on Friday, March 16, 2018. Skehan was rescued from a fire by Clinton police Officer Phil DiLuca on June 13, 2017. DiLuca was named a Carnegie hero this week.

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    Shawn Skehan talks on March 16, 2018, with Mamie Dias, who was one of the neighbors who insisted Skehan was inside the burning home when Clinton police Officer Phil DiLuca arrived on June 13, 2017, to save Skehan from the fire.

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    Shawn Skehan shows pictures on March 16, 2018, of his home being demolished to Mamie Dias, one of his neighbors who insisted he was inside the burning home when Clinton police Officer Phil DiLuca arrived. DiLuca was named a Carnegie hero this week for entering the burning building and saving Skehan's life on June 13, 2017.

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