Three people were rescued from a fire late Tuesday night that tore through a home on the Main Line, CBS Philly reported.
Fire crews reportedly arrived at the home on Raynham Road in Lower Merion, Montgomery County, after reports of a fire came in around 11:55 p.m.
“Police arrived on the location – they had fire showing on the second floor. Police officers pulled two people out from the front on arrival. The fire department went in and found another victim on the second floor,” Lower Merion Fire Department Acting Chief Frank Hand explained.
According to FOX 29, all three of the rescued, one of which has cardiac issues and is in serious condition, were taken to the hospital.
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