When this Columbus brace hosts ancestors and accompany for their Thanksgiving meal in their acting home, built-in about their donated tables and chairs will be two appropriate guests: the men who rescued them from the bonfire that destroyed their abode aftermost month.
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And amidst the affidavit Susan and Gerry Wieczorek and their heroes, Tom Mullen and Bruce Machado, will be abnormally beholden this Thanksgiving are the ahead altered contest that accumulated to about-face confusion into celebration. All of which has provided renewed acknowledgment for acceptable neighbors and admired life.
Thanksgiving was “just words before,” Susan said. “It’s the acquaintance now.”
Call them coincidences or all-powerful intervention, but the association complex in this adventure still curiosity at the affairs that converged as the night of Oct. 28 affronted into the morning of Oct. 29 at their Moore’s Forest cul-de-sac on Gray Shoals Drive.
Gerry and Susan, both 65, had been active in that 40-year-old abode for 34 years. They aloft three accouchement there. They had aloof paid off their mortgage in May.
Susan retired in June as a abettor practitioner at Columbus Medical Associates for internist Dr. Howard Willis. Gerry is retired from managing the bounded appointment of Alabama Electric, a architecture company.
In July, Gerry was active to a Knights of Columbus affair in Macon. A 92-year-old woman bootless to stop as she above the artery artery in advanced of him. He T-boned her.
“I should acquire died appropriate there,” said Gerry, who was adored by his bench belt and airbag.
The woman additionally wasn’t injured.
Gerry actual that bang accustomed him to be home with Susan the night of their bonfire — so did his baffling accommodation to cut abbreviate his hunting trip. They additionally are beholden for who wasn’t but could acquire been in their abode that night, a Sunday.
Their grandchildren, an 18-year-old and a 6-year-old, spent Saturday night in the Wieczoreks’ home. They slept in the two additional bedrooms, area the Wieczoreks’ sons, Brian and Clay, and babe Ashley acclimated to sleep. Those bedrooms are abutting to the carport. That’s area the bonfire started the abutting night.
In hindsight, Susan abiding is animated her grandchildren beneath her allurement to extend their stay.
“God has us in His hands,” she said.
Sunday evening, Gerry was at their berth in Waverly Hall, planning to beddy-bye there so he could coursing Monday morning. For a acumen he still doesn’t know, he afflicted his apperception and alternate home.
“Something aloof told me,” he said.
He accustomed home about 6:30 p.m., and both were comatose by 11:15 p.m.
Gerry brand to beddy-bye with their beam fan additional a carriageable fan on and the cat off the bed. In fact, he would abutting the aperture to accumulate the cat out of their bedroom.
But aback Gerry isn’t home, Susan brand to accumulate the admirers off, the cat on the bed and the bedchamber aperture open.
So if Gerry hadn’t appear home aboriginal from his hunting trip, none of those factors would acquire been in place. And all of them seemed to advice save them from the fire.
Poncho, their 6-year-old accomplishment cat with a avaricious deride on both advanced paws, didn’t survive the bonfire — but helped Gerry and Susan survive it.
“Poncho, who gave his life, is the acumen that aperture was closed,” Gerry said.
When the bonfire agape out the ability in their house, the admirers cut off. The abridgement of the breeze and the abridgement of the white babble woke up Gerry a little afore midnight.
And afresh Gerry sitting up in bed woke up Susan.
“I anticipate I aroma smoke,” Susan said.
“So do I,” Gerry said.
Gerry went to the bedchamber door. It was bankrupt alone because he capital to accumulate the cat out of their bed.
“The firefighters say that adored our lives,” Gerry said.
He affected the door. It wasn’t hot, so he opened it.
A bang of calefaction and smoke afraid him. He anon bankrupt the door.
“The abode is on fire,” Gerry told Susan. “We cannot go bottomward those stairs.”
The barrage of the bonfire was so loud, they couldn’t apprehend their four smoke alarms action off. With the ability out about midnight, it was aphotic in their bedroom.
The smoke started seeping into their bedroom, so Susan scampered into the adjoining bathroom.
“I was action to get in the tub and awning myself with water,” she said.
Gerry had a altered idea.
In the darkness, Gerry fumbled with the apparel and blinds as he opened their bedchamber window, aggregate pillows to beanbag the awaiting two-story abatement and assertive Susan to appear out of the bath and accompany him.
Susan didn’t appetite to jump, so Gerry was acclimation to advance her — but that’s aback the aboriginal of their heroes appeared at their advanced aperture and yelled, “Is anybody home?”
Gerry: “Yes, Tom, we’re on the additional floor! We’re trapped!”
Bruce and Tom are 53. Tom, a retired Air Force abstruse baker with 21 years of aggressive annual (partly in the Navy and Army as well), is a algidity artisan at the Walmart administration centermost in Opelika. Bruce, a retired Army command baker aloft with 31 years of aggressive service, is arch of the apparatus rental administration at Home Depot in Columbus.
Two houses abroad and above the artery from the Wieczoreks, the Mullen family’s dog, Charlie, woke up Tom with an alarming case the night of the fire, a little afore midnight.
“Dogs acquire altered barks,” Tom said. “They acquire the ‘I’m apathetic and I apprehend accession dog barking, so I’m aloof action to accomplish noise.’ Afresh they acquire the ‘I’m either afraid or actual angry.’ The dog’s case was No. 2. Article was wrong.”
Charlie is a accomplishment dog. He sleeps in the kitchen of their one-story home.
“We actually begin him a year ago at St. Thomas Episcopal Church,” said Tom’s wife, Michelle.
“The accomplishment dog is the hero,” Tom said. “The accomplishment dog started the rescue.”
Tom affective his pistol and a flashlight. He saw a huge afterglow outside.
“I anticipation maybe the advanced of our abode was on fire,” he said.
After he opened his advanced door, Tom heard a roar.
“It articulate like a gigantic gas furnace,” said Tom, who was a firefighter for two years in the Navy but fought alone one fire.
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He ran aback to the bedroom, woke up Michelle and hollered for her to alarm 911. Their 19-year-old son, Hunter, exhausted her to it, so Michelle alleged their added emergency contact: next-door acquaintance Bruce.
Neighbors for 14 years, Bruce and Tom are acclimated to allowance anniversary other, animate calm on projects about their houses. Aback either of them was deployed, they looked afterwards the other’s family.
“Whether they like it or not,” Tom cracked, “they are continued family.”
But this was the aboriginal emergency they responded to together.
“There are assertive bodies you apprentice you can calculation on,” Tom explained. “I aloof aimlessly knew he would acknowledge able-bodied beneath pressure.”
Bruce answered Michelle’s alarm appropriate away.
“I leave my buzz on at night,” Bruce said. “I’ve got kids. If they call, I appetite to be able to answer.”
She told him there was a bonfire above the artery but didn’t apperceive which house.
“I looked out the window,” Bruce said, “and I saw the blaze.”
Meanwhile, Tom already was above the artery at the Wieczoreks’ house. He begin a atom abreast the advanced aperture area the calefaction wasn’t as acute and started blame and yelling.
After audition Gerry bark that they were trapped admiral in their bedroom, Tom shouted up to them, “Stay there! We will get you out!”
Tom sprinted aback to his abode to get his ladder.
Bruce overheard Tom bark at Michelle that he bare a ladder. Both men assured up accepting their own, but Bruce alone his ladder on his advanced backyard aback he saw Tom already had a ladder.
With slippers still on their feet, they ran adjoin the fire.
“The moment I put the ladder adjoin their window,” Tom said, “Bruce was appropriate there.”
Flames engulfed the larboard ancillary of the house. The appropriate side, absolute the adept bedroom, was bushing with smoke.
They looked up — and they saw Susan center out the window.
Tom’s antecedent accession at their abode gave Gerry and Susan a acceptable acumen not to jump out of their window. His acknowledgment that he was action to get his ladder gave them a acceptable acumen for hope. But they were active out of both.
While they waited for the ladder, Susan and Gerry had to get on the attic to breathe because atramentous smoke was bushing their bedroom. They additionally took turns afraid their arch out the window.
The abutting affair they knew, there was Tom afresh — this time with Bruce — sprinting up their driveway acropolis and aptitude that promised ladder adjoin their afire house.
The ladder was about 3 anxiety abbreviate of the window, so Tom bound in the base, and Bruce went up to adviser Susan.
“I was aloof aggravating to antithesis Susan so she doesn’t abatement down,” Bruce said. “She was afraid to get on the ladder. But as anon as she got both anxiety on the ladder, we came appropriate down.”
Then the heroes switched places. Bruce captivated the ladder, and Tom went up to adviser Gerry, whose bathrobe was bent on article amidst the billowing smoke.
Bruce and Tom kept abating the couple, Gerry recalled, “We got you. We got you. Appear on down. Appear on down. We’re action to help. We’re action to get you out.”
Gerry abstracts they had beneath than a minute larboard afore the smoke would acquire afflicted them.
“We were rescued aloof in time,” he said.
Susan admitted, “Maybe there wasn’t abundant oxygen in my academician at that point, but I wasn’t actually bright on what was action on. I was like in a dream world, like I was action to deathwatch up and this was all action to be over.”
When she accomplished the street, affronted about and saw the bonfire cutting aloft their aerial treetops, Susan acquainted “shock and numbness,” she said.
As neighbors comforted the brace at the end of the cul-de-sac and waited for the firefighters to arrive, Susan told Michelle their two dogs still were in the house. They were in kennels in the active room.
Michelle captivated Susan to accumulate her from active aback to the house. Michelle yelled to Tom, “There’s dogs in there!”
Gerry action about it now as he recalled Tom, anytime polite, asked him for permission to breach the living-room window to try to save the dogs.
Spooky is a lab mix, and Paxton PawPaw is mostly a beagle. Both are 2-year-old accomplishment dogs.
Tom, relying on his firefighting training, knew that if he bankrupt the window to get the dogs out, the blitz of air would augment the fire. But the bonfire was so acute about the doors, this was the alone way to ability the dogs.
They approved breaking the window with the end of the ladder. That didn’t work. Hunter handed Bruce a rock. That worked.
Despite the pleas from Susan, however, Tom anon aborted the rescue.
“The oxygen got pulled into that bonfire so fast,” he said, “it acquainted like a vortex. All you could see was aphotic smoke bouncing about in there. You could feel the heat. We had to aback away.”
Having to acquaint Susan and Gerry they couldn’t get the dogs, Tom said, “It acquainted like I had bootless them.”
All this happened that night in alone 6 minutes. The 911 alarm came in at 11:55 p.m., and the aboriginal firefighters accustomed on the arena at 12:01 a.m., according to the Columbus Bonfire Administration report.
“It seemed like forever,” Michelle said.
Tom told one of the firefighters that the bodies in the home able but two dogs were trapped. He didn’t apperceive at the time that the Wieczoreks additionally had a cat.
Capt. Ashley Thompson and Lt. Gerrie Singletary rescued the dogs.
The Wieczoreks gushed about those responders.
“To me,” Gerry said, “that’s aloft and above the alarm of duty, to accident your own action to save someone’s pets.”
Susan added, “Amazing. I cannot acknowledge them abundant for cerebration that abundant of what meant article to us.”
As the firefighters agitated out the bending dogs, Gerry said, “I anticipation they were dead.”
But paramedics Kevin Pate and Bryant Register resuscitated them.
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A badge administrator on the arena alleged a veterinarian, Kim Kees of Rivertown Veterinary Emergency, which provides after-hours care. Bruce and his wife, Nancy, volunteered to booty the dogs to the vet.
“The dogs were conscious, but they were shaking,” Bruce said. “They were in shock, it looked like. One of the dog’s eyes was seeping.”
Later that day, Bruce took the dogs for added analysis to the Double Churches Animal Clinic. Aback the vet there bent the dogs bare accelerated care, Tom took the dogs to the Auburn University Veterinary Clinic.
Susan, who accelerating from the University of Alabama, affably accustomed the Auburn sweatshirt she was accustomed at the clinic.
“I acquire to accord up all my Auburn jokes now,” she said.
They not alone took acceptable affliction of her dogs, she said, but they additionally “greatly bargain the bill.”
Both dogs had austere corneas and charge eye drops several times a day, but their eyes is good. Spooky recovered well. Pax backward in an oxygen cage for a anniversary and still has some corneal brume and coughs and wheezes, Susan said, “but he’s accepting bigger every day.”
Columbus Bonfire Align Rickey Shores declared the antithesis amid action and afterlife during a fire.
“You don’t acquire minutes; you acquire seconds,” Shores said. “It’s not the bonfire but the smoke that gets you. Usually, by the time the bonfire administration gets there, best bodies accede to the smoke. So it’s awful acceptable they are animate today because of those two gentlemen. Those guys adored their lives. There’s no doubt.”
It’s bright the aggressive acquaintance Tom and Bruce have, including Tom’s firefighting skills, helped them acknowledge appropriately, Shores said.
“When you acquire that affectionate of training, abnormally administration positions, you tend to admit approaching peril added bound than the boilerplate citizen,” Shore said. “Very few bodies appetite to get complex in article they’re not accustomed with. Situational acquaintance comes into play. It takes a lot, and those guys are veterans. They’ve been about a while. They aloof acquire that mentality, that faculty to apperceive ‘If I don’t booty action, cipher abroad will,’ and we’re beholden they did.”
In 38 years with the Columbus Bonfire Department, said Station 8 Army Arch Bobby Dutton, he has responded to alone one added abode bonfire in which a neighbor’s accomplishment attack was successful.
“If that brace had jumped out that window and assimilate pillows, they would acquire been acutely injured,” Dutton said. “When you acquire neighbors like that, it actually saves lives.”
Dutton accepted Gerry for closing their bedchamber door.
“Had he not done that,” the army arch said, “the smoke apparently would acquire dead them.”
He additionally acclaimed the 19 firefighters who were on the scene. Alone one firefighter (ankle) was injured, he said.
“All my crews did an aberrant job,” Dutton said. “The neighbors additionally were great. You could acquaint that’s a bound community. They booty affliction of anniversary other.”
The firefighters had the bonfire beneath ascendancy aural 30 minutes, but about all of the Wieczoreks’ backing were destroyed or damaged above repair.
Around 3:30 a.m., afore the aftermost of the firefighters larboard the scene, one of them asked Susan whether there was an annual in the abode she decidedly capital them to retrieve.
“Yes, sir,” Susan replied.
In the closet of her bathrobe room, on the appropriate side, they should be able to acquisition a little white pouch, she said.
That 40-year-old accessory contains the actual memories of her asleep daughter, Jennifer Leigh, accustomed to the Wieczoreks by Striffler-Hamby Mortuary.
Jennifer was 3 hours old aback she died in Anniston (Ala.) Memorial Hospital. She suffocated from a complete diaphragmatic hernia, a action now added calmly treated.
“Two firefighters went aback in that abode and begin it for me,” Susan said, afraid her arch in awe.
Other items they’ve recovered aback that night ambit from asinine to serious, including a 1980 “All About Columbus” lath game, an iPad, a 4-foot crucifix and a 2006 adulation letter from Gerry to Susan appearance their 31st bells anniversary:
“Each day you appearance me how adulation rejoices in the right, how to acclaim the Lord by bringing Him added into our marriage,” he wrote. “. . . I acknowledge God circadian for acceptance me to absorb my action as your husband.”
Twelve years later, he was able to advance her out of their two-story bedchamber window to save her life.
“We will be alpha again,” Susan said. “It’s affectionate of like old bodies actuality brace again.”
For the accomplished 11 years, Gerry and Susan acquire been active the Our Adult of Rose Acropolis Ministries, confined homeless, bankrupt and migrants.
Now, they acquire charity.
“So abounding times, we’ve accustomed out article simple, a coat, a absolute or toys, and they would go on and on with thank-yous, generally accord us a hug, sometimes become teary-eyed,” Gerry said. “I consistently anticipation that was overkill, because I’m giving such a simple item. But afresh you go through a tragedy like this, and you lose aggregate — your home, your possessions, your cartage — you actually acquire whatever’s on your back.”
The night of the fire, Tom brought Gerry clothes for him to wear.
“That meant the apple to me, artlessly because I could put on article added than pajama cheers and a bathrobe,” Gerry said. “So abounding people, in accession to Tom, acquire stepped advanced to accompany us basal aliment that bodies charge aloof to accomplish on a circadian basis. And that is so humbling. So I acquire now area that abasement and that acknowledgment appear from.”
As she watched the firefighters action the blaze, Susan struggled to acquire the fate of their home. She asked Gerry, “Did you lock the door?”
He reminded her, “We don’t acquire a aperture anymore.”
While the firefighters battled the blaze, Susan assuredly chock-full allurement Gerry whether he accessible their coffeemaker. Afresh she acquainted a “developing acquaintance of what a abutting alarm it was,” she said, “and the amazing bravery, benevolence and concern. There is such a adherence amid us neighbors in Moore’s Forest. We attending out for anniversary other.”
Gerry additionally declared the arena as surreal and abating at the aforementioned time.
“You’re there with all those lights aflame in your face and you’re watching the fire, but eight of the 10 families in our amphitheater (on the cul-de-sac) came out to analysis on us,” he said.
This wasn’t “thoughts and prayers” on Facebook; this was the contiguous affectionate of support, giving them water, blankets, clothes and chairs as they aggregate on the cul-de-sac.
“There was so much,” Gerry said, “just adulation and benevolence that was abounding in those moments.”
Thinking about the affectionate way Tom and Bruce responded, Susan said, “They adored our lives. There is no agnosticism about it.”
Gerry added, “I’m actual beholden they were there for us. . . . In the face of absolute danger, with 1,800-degree flames, they didn’t blink. They were actual courageous.”
Susan put their accomplishment in greater perspective, a annotation on avant-garde life.
“You apprehend so abundant today that bodies don’t apperceive their neighbors anymore,” she said. “We animate in such a basic society. You can go to academy afterwards interacting with anyone. You can adjustment your advantage online and aloof acquire them delivered. We were actually accepted by our neighbors in Moore’s Forest.”
While she was in Cracker Barrel, attractive for a cookbook to alpha replacing her accumulating absent in the fire, Susan told a adolescent chump about the fire, and the woman apprenticed $6 into her hand.
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“The hug was a actor dollars to me,” Susan said. “This adult gave to me out of her need. I gave out of my excess. I don’t anticipate I anytime will be able to acquire that apparent angle again.”
They are briefly active in a rental acreage endemic by their babe Ashley Robinson. Ancestors and accompany and adolescent congregants from St. Anne Catholic Church, area Gerry coordinates a Bible abstraction group, acquire pitched in to accord them food, clothes, furniture, domiciliary items, money, a Bible and loaned cars.
“I’m not action to captivate on what we lost,” Susan said, “although it is a absolute affliction in the close to acquire to annual aggregate you own.”
“Once you’re at the bottom, all you can do is go up,” Gerry said. “We’re authoritative progress, but those little things, you acquire to put your action aback together. You acquire to get a new driver’s license, new Social Security cards, new bloom allowance cards, Medicare, and those things, they booty up your day.”
Their alteration agency Susan has been arcade at a altered Publix, the one on Schomburg Road. She was alien with the blueprint and asked the abettor administrator to advice her. Afterwards administration her adventure about the fire, he didn’t acquiesce her to pay for her groceries.
Publix additionally gave her a turkey and a baking pan for Thanksgiving. Susan won’t let Gerry smoke their turkey this year.
A GoFundMe annual has been set up to advice the Wieczoreks recover.
“An absolute afterlife of things had to altogether appear calm for us to survive this fire,” Susan said. “I feel I acquire been accustomed a allowance of life. Aloof like our neighbors served us that night, we will abide our ministry, and we will clean our lives and go forward.”
The affliction has motivated them, Susan said, “to not diaphoresis the baby actuality anymore.” Afresh she gestured adjoin Gerry and added with a smile, “He could alike use my besom and I apparently wouldn’t bawl at him — because he’s here.”
Another archetype Susan offered: “My shoes and my abridged book consistently had to match. Not anymore.”
Since the fire, aback she wakes up in the morning, Susan refers to Psalm 118:24 as she says to herself, “This is the day the Lord has made. I will rejoice and accord acknowledgment in it.”
And she refers to Job 1:21 aback she says, “God gives and God takes away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.”
So they are absorption on actuality beholden for what they acquire instead of actuality atrocious for what they lost.
Susan acclimated to adjure every day, “Lord, accomplish me added like Yourself, if it takes the deluge of Noah to breach bottomward the burden of alluvial ataxia and bits that stands amid me and thee.”
Now, she concluded, “Instead, He did it with fire, but I apprehend that I actually wasn’t processing that at a abysmal level. I anticipate sometimes we anticipate we’re accomplishing acceptable and afterward all the rules. But for me, this has animate a abundant added airy acceptation of life.”
Gerry additionally has acclimated the bonfire to adapt his outlook.
“When you appear through a tragedy,” he said, “you apprehend how absurd abounding things that bother us are in the ample arrangement of things.”
For example, Gerry said, they had two recliners in their house, and their acting home has alone one, but he doesn’t altercate with Susan about who gets to sit in it. And he’s added accommodating to aback article for her so she doesn’t acquire to get out of that recliner.
“She’s the queen of the house,” he said. “. . . It beats accepting an abandoned chair.”
Susan reminded Gerry that actual the July car bones already had antiseptic his priorities. Aback then, every time he prepares to leave home, he stops to hug her and acquaint her he loves her.
For years, Susan capital a sunroom. Gerry assuredly gave in. They completed it this spring. He alleged his allowance aggregation to add it to their coverage. The abettor said their advantage hadn’t been adapted in 10 years.
Gerry grumbled about the exceptional action up. Now, he considers the added amount a blessing.
“Five, six months later, our abode goes up in flames,” he said, “and there’s abundant advantage to do aggregate we charge to do.”
In their abutting house, Susan said, they will acquire added than one avenue out of their bedroom. But they achievement to clean on the aforementioned property. Afterwards all, they appetite to accumulate those aforementioned neighbors.
The day afterwards the fire, Nancy bought a bonfire escape ladder for their second-story bedroom.
And afterwards the Wieczoreks move aback to Moore’s Forest, Susan said, “We’re action to bandy a big block party.”
Then she sparked amusement aback she said they will “cook article on a nonflammable surface.”
One of the photos their babe Ashley took of the accident to the abode shows a ghost-like image. In a argument message, Ashley told Susan, “I anticipate it’s Jennifer, because she looks aloof like you.”
A firefighter told Susan, she said, “The beard is continuing on my neck. It wasn’t in my picture.”
Susan interprets the bogeyman as Jennifer actuality their guardian angel and saying, “It’s OK, Mama. I’ve never actually larboard you. I’ve been actuality all the time.”
In the after-effects of their horror, Susan finds abundance in the moments of grace.
“Someone got us up and out of that house,” she said. “Someone told Gerry to appear home.”
Gerry additionally attributes their adaptation to a college power.
“God put into abode so abounding things to save us that night,” he said. “Just me accepting that clue to appear home, that was a advice to accumulate us calm and alive.”
The account of the bonfire charcoal undetermined, admitting bristles board accepting visited the house, Gerry said.
They acquire bent that the bonfire started in the bend of a board accumulator allowance in the carport, he said.
“There was an electrical aperture 2 anxiety away,” Gerry said, “but they can’t say afterwards any absolute acknowledgment what created the fire.”
Dutton, the bonfire army chief, said the analysis so far is pointing adjoin affirmation of squirrels accepting chewed through the ability lines, causing the electricity to arc and atom the fire.
Shores, the bonfire marshal, accepted that thinking.
“We’re aptitude adjoin some aberrant electrical action associated with the annual band advancing into the home,” Shores said.
Columbus Council is appointed to account Tom and Bruce with a announcement during the Dec. 4 meeting.
Tom emphasized, “We were aloof advantageous abundant to be in the appropriate abode at the appropriate time to do the appropriate thing. It’s annihilation added than that. I’d like to anticipate added bodies would acquire done the aforementioned for us.”
“If our abode was on fire,” he said, “I anticipate our neighbors would advice us. … Someone bare help. You don’t catechism it; you aloof help.”
Mark Rice, 706-576-6272, @MarkRiceLE.
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