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A man detailed his escape from a burning house. His pacemaker told police a different story.

A man detailed his escape from a burning house. His pacemaker told police a different story. | Washington Post | February 08, 2017
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February 08, 2017
Ross Compton indicted on charges of arson, insurance fraud https://t.co/WYKq3ZTCmh pic.twitter.com/lWFABG7d74 — WLWT.com (@WLWT) January 27, 2017 As the fire spread through Ross Compton's $400,000 home, the Middletown, Ohio, man knew he had to get out, but first he had to grab a few things. Fifteen things, in fact, investigators determined. He packed some of […]Related:A quarter of adults in the U.S. have hearing loss because of noiseMany high-risk patients with breast cancer aren’t getting genetic testing. Here’s why.Trump’s vaccine views are at odds with those of most Americans, study says

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