Heroic firefighters who were holding the 75-year-old man from Sydney after his hoarder's house went up in flames at night
- Several firefighters were involved in stopping Sydney Stabber on August 13
- Members of the same crew made a bold rescue on Tuesday night in Five Dock
- They had to dodge dozens of obstacles in the burning house of a hoarder to save him
Heroic firefighters who helped keep a man under control after a stabbing disaster in Sydney two weeks ago made a daring rescue.
The brave crew rescued a 75-year-old man from a huge fire that demolished his home in Five Dock, in-west Sydney on Wednesday at 2 AM.
They had to avoid dozens of obstacles in the hoarder's burning house to find him and get him alive.
The brave crew rescued a 75-year-old man from a huge fire (photo) who tore down his house in Five Dock, in-west Sydney on Tuesday night
The crew had to dodge dozens of obstacles in the hoarder's burning house to find him and get him alive. Pictured: the man brought to safety
Members of the same crew had been involved in stopping a man (photo) who allegedly killed a prostitute and stabbed another woman in the Sydney CBD on August 13
The man was taken to the hospital and treated for smoke inhalation while the police set up a crime scene in his house.
Members of the same Drummoyne crew had been involved in stopping a man who allegedly killed a sex worker and stabbed another woman in the Sydney CBD on August 13.
They were praised as heroes after peeling him with a milk crate for city workers.
The man has been accused of murder and attempted murder in custody.
Firefighter Gonzalo Herrera told the Today Show: & # 39; This is our role as we normally do – very different from what we experienced a few weeks ago. & # 39;
The man (photo) has been accused of murder and attempted murder in custody
He and other members of his crew were in traffic when they saw people running for their lives during the attack.
They saw the alleged knife maker walking on a car and chased him after they had taken tools from their truck.
A bystander pushed the man down and the firemen could help keep him on the ground.
From left to right: Senior Firefighter Bennett Gardiner, Senior Firefighter Mitchell Bennetts, Leading Firefighter Gonzalo Herrara and Station Officer Mike Stuart who helped curb the alleged stabber
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