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Friday, 17 August 2012

Four rescued from Douglas house fire

Four people have been treated for smoke inhalation after being rescued from a house fire in the Isle of Man.
Fire crews were called out at 00:05 GMT to a property in the Springvalley area of Douglas.
It is thought the blaze, which started in the kitchen, was caused by a grill pan being left under the grill.
A spokesman from the fire and rescue service said an adult had been found in the front room and three children in a first floor bedroom.
The alarm was raised by concerned neighbours and all four people were taken to Noble's hospital for a check up.
Source - bbc

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