Woman dies, 2 people injured in Glendale house fire
PHOENIX – A woman died and two other people were injured Thursday in a house fire in Glendale, authorities said.
The woman, in her 60s, was pulled from a home near Bethany Home Road and 69th Avenue filled with smoke and flames coming out of the garage around 9:30 p.m.
She was pronounced dead at a hospital.
Firefighters found two more people in the house. A man was treated at the scene and didn’t want to be taken to the hospital. Another person was treated for smoke inhalation and also didn’t go to the hospital.
Fire Department spokeswoman Ashley Losch said in an email Friday that two dogs died in the blaze, but two others were rescued.
Smoke detectors in the home were in working order.
Cause of the fire was being investigated.
No other information was immediately available.
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