PITTSBURGH — Winners of Carnegie Hero medals announced Wednesday:
—Dinah Keturia McGee, 67, of Greeneville, Tennessee, died attempting to save her disabled sister from a fire in their home in July 2015.
—Christian E. Euchenhofer, 47, of Greene, New York, who saved a pilot from a burning light-sport airplane that crashed in September 2014.
—Robert Seth Ludington, 49, and Jacob D. Kirinovic, 23, both of Hale, Michigan, and Kenya D. Betty, 38, of Hudson, Michigan, who saved a woman from burning after her home caught fire and exploded in Hale in August 2014.
—Bradley C. Runions, 58, and Adam Joe Martin, 32, of Hayward, Wisconsin, who saved a man from a house fire in July 2015.
—Brannon D. Heathman, 37, of Temecula, California, who helped rescued two women from an apartment fire in Oceanside, California, in December 2014.
—Mitchell Allan Williams, 28, of St. Pauls, North Carolina, who rescued an elderly man who was being attacked by dogs in June 2015.
—Justin Lee Greenwald, 17, of Calabasas, California, who rescued an 81-year-old man from a burning mobile home in November 2015.
—Keoni Bowthorpe, 33, of Haleiwa, Hawaii, who rescued a surfer from a tiger shark attack in October 2015.
—Jameson Bartscher, 30, of Aberdeen, South Dakota, and Todd D. Clausen, 44, of Sioux City, Iowa, who worked together to rescue two adults and an infant from a burning vehicle in Summit, South Dakota, in June 2015.
—Michael J. Manley Sr., 43, of Wilmington, Delaware, who drowned after helping rescue a man from a strong current off Virginia Beach, Virginia, in September 2015.
—Matthew R. Bartholomew, 44, of Midlothian, Virginia, who saved a driver whose car crashed into an icy pond in February 2015.
—Scott R. Williams, 50, of Berlin, Vermont, who disarmed a suspect charged with fatally shooting a social worker outside a state office building in Barre, Vermont in August 2015.
—Steven Michael Hill, 45, of Inkster, Michigan, who rescued a 1-year-old child strapped into a burning vehicle following a crash in Jacksonville, Florida, in November 2015.
—Kevin Scott Johnson II, 34, of Flat Gap, Kentucky, who drowned trying to save a woman whose mobile home was swept away in a flood in July 2015.
—Kenneth F. Smith, 48, of Milford, Delaware, who rescued a driver from a crashed and burning dump truck in Lincoln, Delaware in May 2014.
—Leyton Page, 16, Bogalusa, Louisiana, who helped save two boys from drowning after their boat capsized in Bush, Louisiana, in March 2015.
—Isbel Jimenez, 47, of Winters, Texas, who saved a woman from her burning home in Breckenridge, Texas, in September 2015.
—Patrick J. Hopkins IV, 26, of Newberry, Florida, who saved a woman from her burning home in Gainesville, Florida, in June 2015.
—Adrian Gallo, 34, and Joe L. Serrano, 36, both of Tucson, Arizona, who saved the driver of a crashed and burning pickup truck in May 2015.
—Christopher Chmielnicki, 34, of Henryville, Pennsylvania, who helped rescue a woman from a burning motorhome in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania, in September 2015.