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Firefighters save woman from Monday apartment fire

Spokane Fire Department crews rescued a woman from a North Spokane apartment fire early Monday morning.

Firefighters came to the home, at 3004 N. Lincoln around 2:30 a.m. responding to a blaze on the first floor of the building.

They were told a woman and a dog were still in the building by several other residents who had fled. Crews found the unidentified woman, who was taken to Sacred Heart Medical Center for treatment of smoke inhalation.

The woman’s dog died in the apartment, fire officials said.

About seven people who lived in the building were given assistance by the Spokane Red Cross.

Investigators are searching the building for the cause of the fire. Fire officials estimated the fire caused $100,000 in damages.



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