Residents of an adjacent unit gather and watch as firefighters fight a fire at 10115 Holly Drive on Monday. Two girls were taken to Harborview with smoke inhalation injuries after a fire at the apartment complex. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Residents of an adjacent unit gather and watch as firefighters fight a fire at 10115 Holly Drive on Monday. Two girls were taken to Harborview with smoke inhalation injuries after a fire at the apartment complex. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett firefighters rescue toddlers from burning apartment

The girls likely had little air left in the room, officials say.

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