Deputies Save Woman From Burning Home In Langdon, ND

LANGDON, ND (trfnews.i234.me) Two Cavalier County deputies saved a woman from a burning home in Langdon, North Dakota Friday night.

– Two deputies from Cavalier County, North Dakota saved a woman from a burning home in Langdon.
– The incident happened on Friday night at 607 2nd Street.
– The sheriff’s department received a report of a house fire at 7:41 PM.
– The deputies arrived on the scene shortly after and observed smoke coming from the residence.
– They made a forcible entry and found heavy smoking flames inside the house.
– The woman was located lying on the floor inside the burning house.
– The deputies entered and pulled her out to safety, and she is reported to be okay.
– The Langdon fire department fought the fire for approximately three and a half hours, but the house was considered a total loss.

Two deputies from Cavalier County, North Dakota, have been credited with saving a woman from a burning house in Langdon after responding to a call about a fire at 607 2nd Street on Friday night. Upon arriving at the scene, the deputies saw smoke coming from the residence and made a forcible entry, finding heavy smoke and flames inside. They located the woman lying on the floor and pulled her to safety before the Langdon Fire Department arrived and fought the blaze for three and a half hours. The house has been deemed a total loss. The woman rescued by the deputies was reported to be unharmed.

Bullet Summary:
– Two deputies from Cavalier County, North Dakota, save a woman from a burning house in Langdon
– Deputies arrived on the scene to find heavy smoke and flames inside
– They located the woman on the floor and pulled her to safety
– The Langdon Fire Department fought the blaze for three and a half hours
– The house is considered a total loss, but the woman was unharmed

 

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