Trevor Veale

Teens who saved mum and kids may get bravery awards

THREE teenage girls, who helped save a pregnant woman and her children from a burning home in Sydney overnight, are expected to be nominated for bravery awards.

Tiarnna Bevege, her step sister Brittany and friend Jessica were walking down a Mt Druitt street late Tuesday when they saw flames coming from a unit.

Police were told two of the girls a heavily pregnant woman and helped her and her three children young children to safety while the third girl dialled 000.

A woman found in the backyard of the home was taken to Blacktown Hospital for assessment but the mother and her children were unharmed.

A NSW Police spokesperson said the girls had shown great courage and it was anticipated they would be nominated for a police award in recognition of their bravery.



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