According to D.C. News Now, a house fire broke out in Southeast D.C. on Tuesday afternoon, and D.C. Fire and EMS quickly responded and rescued two individuals from the scene.
Upon receiving the call, the crew immediately headed towards the 1600 block of 17th St Southeast to attend to a fire that was in progress. As they reached the location, they noticed thick smoke emanating from the first floor of the building.
According to Crews, a significant amount of fire was observed on the first floor,, with some spreading to the second floor.
According to the first responders, they rescued two individuals from the building. One person was saved from the second floor, while the other was found behind window bars on the first floor.
After a brave effort, the fire has been put out, and the situation has been controlled. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of the firefighters, the flames have been extinguished, and everyone involved is safe and sound.
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