Craig Morgan's skills as a former EMT, Army paratrooper and Sheriff's deputy saved the lives of a Dickson, Tenn. family on Sunday afternoon.

After returning home from a stretch of concert dates, the singer spotted a house fire and his instincts took over. He raced to the scene of the blaze and ran into the smoke-filled house to rescue two young children trapped inside. After firefighters arrived at the scene, they handed the singer a hose to help put out the flames.

Because of Craig's lightning quick reflexes, the home suffered only minor damage and everyone in the house was safe and unharmed.

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Craig recently returned from Iraq on his Not Alone tour, marking his ninth trip overseas to perform for U.S. troops stationed abroad, including a visit to Camp Victory in Baghdad.

The Tennessee native has been busy filming the second season of his television show 'Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors' for the Outdoor Channel, which will debut in June. He returns to the road on Wednesday (February 16) for a show in Jackson, Miss.