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More than 45 firefighters battled a big apartment blaze near Atlanta before dawn Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, saying they had to kick down doors and catch babies to get them safely away from the smoke and flames. The fire left a dozen people with minor injuries, mostly related to smoke inhalation, said DeKalb County Fire Rescue Capt. Eric Jackson. (John Spink /Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

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More than 45 firefighters battled a big apartment blaze near Atlanta before dawn Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, saying they had to kick down doors and catch babies to get them safely away from the smoke and flames. The fire left a dozen people with minor injuries, mostly related to smoke inhalation, said DeKalb County Fire Rescue Capt. Eric Jackson. (John Spink /Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

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More than 45 firefighters battled a big apartment blaze near Atlanta before dawn Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, saying they had to kick down doors and catch babies to get them safely away from the smoke and flames. The fire left a dozen people with minor injuries, mostly related to smoke inhalation, said DeKalb County Fire Rescue Capt. Eric Jackson. (John Spink /Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

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More than 45 firefighters battled a big apartment blaze near Atlanta before dawn Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, saying they had to kick down doors and catch babies to get them safely away from the smoke and flames. The fire left a dozen people with minor injuries, mostly related to smoke inhalation, said DeKalb County Fire Rescue Capt. Eric Jackson. (John Spink /Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

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