NASA Kennedy Space Center Firefighter Saves Painters Dangling 375-Feet Above Ground

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Firefighter Andrew Morgan scaled down to the rescue once he reached the scaffolding, strapped one of the men to his body and the two were hauled to the roof. (Fox 35 Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA (FOX 35) – One NASA Kennedy Space Center firefighter went above and beyond in his rescue back in October.

A broken scaffolding left a team of painters hanging on the side of the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center.

The painters were dangling 375-feet above ground while painting the flag on the VAB.

They had already been stuck a couple of hours when Kennedy Fire Rescue got the alert.

Firefighter Andrew Morgan scaled down to the rescue once he reached the scaffolding, strapped one of the men to his body and the two were hauled to the roof.

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