FRANKFORT, Ind. (WLFI) - A 13-year-old boy now holds a key to the city of Frankfort for his heroic actions after a car crash earlier this month.
Law enforcement officers looked on as Kaleb Siebert received a golden key to the city Monday and Mayor Chris McBarnes proclaimed June 25 as Kaleb Siebert Day.
While the city thanks Siebert for his heroic actions, Siebert thanks a higher power.
"I am held to my belief that it is God who helped me save my sisters and there's nothing that anyone could tell me that is going to erase that from my mind," said Siebert.
"Kaleb Siebert is the true definition of a hero. He is someone who no matter what age you are, you can look up to this individual and you can learn something from this individual," said McBarnes.
McBarnes said Kaleb Siebert Day is the city's way of thanking Siebert for his courageous actions that saved lives.
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