Two Michigan State Police Troopers who were on patrol in the City of Flint on Thursday are being credited for saving a man's life. The troopers were on routine patrol when they heard chatter on their radios regarding a man being trapped inside a burning house on the 1800 block of Woodlin Drive. The troopers arrived to the scene to find the roof of the residence engulfed in flames with smoke filling the house. The troopers heard a man shouting from inside and entered the residence where they found the subject lying on the floor. They were able to pull him to safety where he was determined to be conscious and alert, but was still sent to the hospital for precautionary measures. The Michigan State Police say the response of the two troopers was an "outstanding act of bravery." As of now, it's still unclear what caused the fire and it's an ongoing investigation.