Firefighters rescued a woman during firefighting operations Thursday afternoon at a five-story assisted living facility in Houston, Texas.
The Houston Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/12bu6BF) that the two-alarm fire broke out about 12:15 p.m at the facility on the city’s north side. The fire was contained to one unit.
Firefighters used a rescue truck to send a ladder up to one woman to help her out of the building. She was transported to a nearby hospital and treated for smoke inhalation. Her condition was not released, and no other injuries were reported.
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