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UPDATE- House Fire Rescue in Berlin

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Berlin Home Catches Fire Courtesy: Wayne Bassett Berlin Home Catches Fire Courtesy: Wayne Bassett
Berlin, Md.- A woman rescued from her burning home this week in Berlin has been transported to a burn center in Baltimore where she remains in critical, but stable condition.

According to the Worcester County Fire Marshal's Office, Tocarra Derrickson,31, was released from John Hopkins, but admitted to Bayview Burn Center in Baltimore. Two Berlin officers and two Berlin firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation and released.

The fire happened Thursday evening at Derrickson's home on 117 Branch Street. She and her six-year-old daughter were home when the fire broke out. Two police officers managed to pull the young girl to safety by breaking a window. Firefighters rescued Derrickson,who was trapped on the second floor of the two-story home.

The Worcester County Fire Marshal's Office is investigating that house fire that happened in Berlin.


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