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Kypton Greenwood, and his stepmother, Kendel Ames, sit outside their house at 720 S. 30th St. Tuesday. The interior of the house was destroyed by a fire Tuesday morning, and Kypton’s parents have called him a hero after he alerted them to the blaze.

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