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2 officers help family escape fire in Camden

It could have been worse if two police officers hadn't stopped to help.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
One person is in critical condition after a fire in Camden, New Jersey Tuesday night.

But authorities are saying it could have been worse if two police officers hadn't stopped to help.

The flames started around 11:00 p.m. at an abandoned building on the 600 block of Kaighn Avenue.

It was right next to a home, and two police officers helped get the family out.

Both officers were both treated after breathing in too much smoke.

Firefighters pulled a victim out of the abandoned building.

That person was flown to Temple University's burn unit.

There's no word on how this started.





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