Watch this off-duty Army captain in 'Captain America' shirt save couple from a burning car

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Off-Duty Army Captain in Captain America Shirt Saves Couple in Burning Car

INSIDE EDITION -- He's a real-life Captain America!

A U.S. Army captain risked his life to save a couple trapped in their burning car, and he wore, what else, a Captain America T-shirt -- we kid you not!

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Social media is filled with messages to Army Captain Steve Voglezon like this: "Well done Captain America!"

Here's what happened: an unconscious couple was trapped inside their burning car after a head-on crash with another vehicle outside Raleigh, North Carolina.

Captain Voglezon, stationed in nearby Fort Bragg, was driving by with his girlfriend and pulled over to help.

He grabbed a fire extinguisher to smash open a window of the locked car.

Smoke and flames filled the air and an explosion was possible at any second.

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Disregarding his personal safety, "Captain America" single-handedly dragged, first, the driver to safety. Then, he headed back to the flaming car to help police and firefighters save the driver's wife.

Sixty-seven-year-old William Thompson and his 63-year-old wife, Kathleen, are now listed in serious but stable condition.

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The real-life Captain America was humble about his heroism, as he told INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent, "There were so many other people there as well and I can't take credit for this for everyone coming together."

The smash-hit movie "Avengers: Age of Ultron" shows Captain America saving the world.

But, this captain is definitely the real deal.

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