Fairborn firefighters rescue of a baby girl from a house fire is now featured in a national campaign honoring first responders.
It was an unbelievable rescue that will now be seen across the country.
May 9, 2002 was a day forever imprinted in Don Hatcher's memory.
"When I look at it still, I get the same feeling I had when I was standing there watching it," said Hatcher.
Crews rushed to the burning Fairborn home, a baby girl trapped inside.
"I got there almost the same time the fire department did."
Hatcher pulled out his camera to capture history.
"I never turned the camera off because I didn't know when he was gonna come out. I knew something was gonna happen at that window."
A firefighter climbed down the ladder at the same time, giving CPR to the baby.
"I've seen some pretty amazing rescues, but I've never seen a firefighter do what that firefighter did."
She was rushed to an ambulance and amazingly, she survived.
"After it was over, I stood in the street for probably 5 minutes, just stood there. I was like, I don't even believe what i just saw."
All because of the work of everyday heroes.
Stories being shared in "Quantum Heroes" by Duracell who called Hatcher, asking for the footage.
Country singer Tim McGraw met with the Fairborn first responders, thanking them for their actions and treating them to a surprise.
They may not call themselves heroes, but Hatcher does. "That's Superman stuff, you know."
The series is part of the launch of Duracell's new quantum brand.
As part of the effort, the company is donating a million quantum batteries to first responders across the country.
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