Woman, Dog Die In Overnight Fire In Lauderhill Townhouse, Kitten Rescued – CBS Miami

LAUDERHILL (CBSMiami) – A woman in Lauderhill died in a fire in her townhouse early Friday morning.

According to Lauderhill Fire Rescue, the fire broke out at the townhouse on the 2200 block of Northwest 55th Terrace.

# LFD units o / s #workingfire 2211 NW 55 Ter. One person was pulled from the fire and transported to @BrowardHealth Medical Center in critical condition. #BreakingNews pic.twitter.com/RwAPgnbWuq

– LauderhillFDOpsChief (@LHFireOPSChief) October 15, 2021

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The woman was pulled from the fire and transported to Broward Health in critical condition, but died in the hospital.

U / D: Unfortunately, the victim who was pulled from the fire died in the hospital. A dog was also found dead. The fire department was able to save a kitten. #BreakingNews @LauderhillFDPIO pic.twitter.com/e8NrbGTzsf

– LauderhillFDOpsChief (@LHFireOPSChief) October 15, 2021

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According to Lauderhill Fire Rescue, a dog was also killed in the fire, but they saved a kitten.

CBS4 News was also informed that several families had been evicted. Three of them get help from the Red Cross.

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