Louisville – Unresponsive Man Rescued From Burning Home
Posted on Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 8:20 pm
Firefighters rescued an unconscious man from inside a burning house.
The fire started at a house on Princeton Drive after 11 am Tuesday.
Firefighters believe he tried to escape the fire but was disoriented. They performed CPR on him and sent him to Hardin Memorial Hospital. Then he was transferred to the Univversity of Louisville Hospital. His condition is unknown.
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