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CrimeWoman dies after being rescued from burning home in NE DC

16:40  04 june  2019
16:40  04 june  2019 Source:   wusa9.com

Man Dies After Being Pulled From Burning Home In Warren

Man Dies After Being Pulled From Burning Home In Warren WARREN (WWJ) - A man who was pulled from a burning home in Warren overnight has died. Police noticed smoke coming from the rear of a home on Winslow Avenue, near I-696 and Van Dyke, around 3:40 a.m. Tuesday. "Warren PD was in the area checking on an alarm and while he was checking on the alarm he smelled smoke. After driving around for a little bit, he found the house that was on fire," Fire Chief Tim Morgan told WWJ's Dan Jenkins. "He noticed that the front window was burned out on the door, he kicked in the door and noticed somebody on the floor to the right but he couldn't get to him, the smoke was too thick." Firefighters arrived on scene, went inside and pulled the man from the home.

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Woman dies after being rescued from burning home in NE DC© Provided by TEGNA Inc. Woman dies after being rescued from burning home in NE DC WASHINGTON -- A woman has died after firefighters rescued her from the flames that engulfed her Northeast, D.C. home early Tuesday morning.

According to Vito Maggiolo, spokesman for D.C. Fire and EMS, firefighters responded to a report of a house fire in the 2200 block of Lawrence Street near South Dakota Avenue shortly before 4 a.m.

Firefighters found heavy smoke and flames coming from the 1st and 2nd floors, as well as the attic of the two-and-a-half-story single family home when they arrived at the scene.

The victim's son, a man in his 50's, was inside the home when crews arrived, Maggiolo said.

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A woman has died after being pulled from a burning building in south-east London. The London Fire Brigade were called to tackle the blaze on Sheldrake The victim was alive when she was rescued from the building, but died in hospital later that evening. Two other people managed to escape before

But after two weeks at VCU Medical Center, the doctors made a grim discovery. LaSonja had suffered major brain damage and was left in a vegetative state from smoke inhailaion. A GoFundMe has been created for the family who lost their home in the fire. Copyright 2018 WWBT NBC12. All rights reserved.

Firefighters busted down the front door and helped him out. That's when he told his rescuers his mother was still trapped inside. Firefighters were able to battle heavy smoke and flames to rescue the victim, who was found on the second floor.  The woman was in very critical condition, and unfortunately succumbed to her injuries at the scene, Maggiolo said.

Right now South Dakota Ave. is blocked in both directions at Lawrence St. by firetrucks and hoses.

Maggiolo reports the fire is now under control, and crews are hitting hot spots.  No other victims have been found inside. Investigators are responding to the scene.

Tragically, there were no working smoke alarms in the home when the fire broke out, according to a Tweet from DC Fire and EMS.

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