Two Firefighters Rescued from Billerica (MA) House Fire

10/07/2013
Two firefighters were injured and had to be rescued from a burning Billerica (MA) home, but a woman and her daughters who lived there escaped unharmed, reports Boston Globe. The cause of the fire is still unknown, but smoke alarms in the home were working. The fire spread through two floors of one side of a duplex home, said Billerica Fire Captain Dan LeClerc. The fire rose to three alarms when two firefighters were injured. A mayday alert was issued, and the two men were quickly treated on scene, one with a knee strain and one for smoke inhalation, said LeClerc. The firefighter who suffered smoke inhalation had his mask fall off. Other firefighters in the area helped him exit the burn...

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