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Quad/Graphics worker honored for alerting sailors to fire

Pat Rogers, center, listens as Captain Brian Fort of the Ballston Spa Naval Nuclear Power Traning Unit speaks during an event at his workplace, Quad Graphics in Saratoga Springs, on Friday, May 25, 2012 for his heroic action of saving four United States Navy men from their burning house in Milton in April. Behind him are two of those men, Bobby Jones, left, and Matthew Herman.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Pat Rogers, center, listens as Captain Brian Fort of the Ballston Spa Naval Nuclear Power Traning Unit speaks during an event at his workplace, Quad Graphics in Saratoga Springs, on Friday, May 25, 2012 for his heroic action of saving four United States Navy men from their burning house in Milton in April. Behind him are two of those men, Bobby Jones, left, and Matthew Herman.
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A longtime Quad/Graphics employee was honored as a hero Friday for saving the lives of four Navy men last month when he woke them up during a fire at their rental home in Milton. Pat Rogers, 51, of Broadalbin, was driving his pickup truck on Route 29 on his way home from work at the printing plant in Saratoga Springs on April 30 when he saw an orange glow through the trees. Capt. Brian Fort, ...


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