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Five year old no woods received the full honors for his quick action early Sunday morning worship scare with the fire in the smoke around you found the electrical fire broke out in a room no we shared with his two year old sister lily that's we know what jumped into action what did you do at our house my name is he got lily and their dog to safety by climbing out a window then ran to a neighbor's house to get help rescue in the rest of his family still inside the Kingston Georgia home they were asleep at the time so they had no idea the house was on fire so he's quick and brave acts of say the entire family I always wanted to be a super hero but now he says he wants to be a police officer are you happy everyone's okay yeah meeting of yet L. CBS news