James Robbins III saved Nettie Simpson from burning, Tucson, Arizona, April 21, 1981. Mrs. Simpson, 67 and partially paralyzed, was in her mobile home when fire broke out in a bedroom there. On hearing her screams, Robbins, 50, disabled mechanic, entered the mobile home through a smoke-filled hallway. Flames from the bedroom were three feet from him and visibility was poor as he found Mrs. Simpson in the trailer’s bathroom. Despite his physical limitations and her failure to cooperate, Robbins picked Mrs. Simpson up and carried her outside. Both were given oxygen for smoke inhalation. Mrs. Simpson required hospitalization for burns she had received.