Update 1/2/08: The Indiana Fire Marshals office ruled Mondays house fire in Mount Vernon an accident. A spokesman for the office says a specific cause for the fire has not been determined, but an investigation continues. The fire broke out New Years eve around noon on Wolflin Road. The man who lived in the house, Stan Berritt, received burns over 60% of his body. Hes being treated at a hospital in Nashville. A good samaritan, kevin sturms, rescued Berritt from the house. However, theres no word on Sturms condition. Monday: A good samaritan risked his own life Monday afternoon as he tried to pull a man from his burning home. It happened at 708 Wolflin Street, in Mt. Vernon. Neighbors say the passer-by spotted flames coming from a small home and rushed in to help. He was able to pull an older man out of the fire. Neighbors identified the man as Stan Berritt. They said he was seriously burned. "I dont know how bad he got hurt, but it looked bad to me," said next door neighbor Frank Neale. Berritt was air lifted to Evansville. The good samaritan, Kevin Sturms, was taken to an Evansville hospital by ambulance. Neither condition was immediately available, but Frank Neale said the good samaritan appeared to be in much better shape than Berritt. "He got up and walked to the ambulance, he was burnt, but it wasnt that bad.