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A National Guard soldier was hailed a hero Sunday after he helped a mother carry her baby after they had been stranded in a home for days due a historic snowstorm that dumped inches of snow on the North Carolina town.

Sgt. Donovan McPherson, 27, was helping emergency responders in Lenoir when they received a call for help, WRAL reported. They arrived at a home where a family and a baby had been stranded for three days without electricity after a tree fell on a power line during the snowstorm.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The baby was recently sick,” McPherson told WRAL. “They were worried the baby would get sick again.”

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