A Second World War firefighter has finally been recognised for his bravery on the night the Germans bombed Coventry. Ninety-nine-year old Lionel Clarke was on duty when the Luftwaffe bombers struck.
More than 72 years later, he's been honoured by the Fire Service for his heroic rush into Coventry Cathedral, which was ablaze.
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