Tuesday Sep 01 2009 comments Deputy sheriff Kenneth Skogen visits Elinor Braum By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalElinor Braum, 89, gives a hug to deputy sheriff Kenneth Skogen after delivering her a new walker. Officer Skogen is responsible for saving her life as her home was being destroyed in the 49 Fire. Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalDeputy sheriff Kenneth Skogen, right, delivers Elinor Braum her a brand new walker at Colonial Health Care. Pictured with Kenneth is officer Andrew Scott, Jack Doebler and Aileen Bronzini both of Colonial Health Care. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalElinor Braum holds hands with deputy officer Kenneth Skogen who carried out of her home, while on fire. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalElinor Braum is all smiles from a surprise visit by sheriff officer Kenneth Skogen at Colonial Heath Care, who saved her life during the 49 Fire. Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Courtesy Sgt. Andrew Scott/Placer County Sheriff DepartmentThis photo taken by Placer County Sheriff Sgt. Andrew Scott shows Elinor Braum's home completely engulfed in flames after she was carried out by fellow officer Kenneth Skogen Sunday afternoon.