PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland fire officials say a neighbor pulled a child from a burning home early Sunday.
A second child was found in a bedroom by firefighters and carried to safety. Three people were taken to the hospital after being treated for burns and smoke inhalation at the scene.
Further details about the medical condition of the people injured in the fire was not immediately known.
Fire officials say there were no functioning smoke detectors in the home.
KOIN-TV reported that three adults and two children live at the home. Fire officials are still investigating the cause of the blaze.
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