Young girl helps her family safely escape a home fire, recalling escape messages she’d previously learned

Julia Post, a seven-year-old girl from Redmond, Washington, helped her family escape an extensive home fire last Friday evening after awakening to the smell of smoke. Julia, her parents and 10-month-old sister, who live in a condominium complex, were able to get out safely as a result of practicing what she’d been taught.
“I remember just get people out,” Julia told KOMO News. “Whoever is in the…

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