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Baby rescued from burning house fire in Leeds by hero firefighters after being trapped
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Baby rescued from burning house fire in Leeds by hero firefighters after being trapped

A baby was rescued this morning after being trapped in a blazing fire with another person in Leeds – with three fire engines sent to the horrific scene

Some time later, firefighters rescued the person in question from the building along with the baby (Google Maps)

Firefighters managed to save a baby from a burning house in Leeds this morning.

Rescuers from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue rushed to the house fire at Copperfield View just after 9.30am today. There they then discovered that an adult and a baby were trapped inside.




Three engines were sent to the scene, including two from Hunslet and one from Leeds, where they found the house on fire. A while later, firefighters rescued the person in question from the building along with the baby – before extinguishing the flames.

In a statement to Leeds Live, a Fire and Rescue spokesperson said: “We were called at 9.32am this morning to reports of a fire at a property at Copperfield View. We sent three crews, two from Hunslet and one from Leeds. On arrival Firefighters responded to a rescued an adult and an infant from the property and extinguished the fire before leaving the scene.”

A 10-year-old girl has tragically died in a house fire in Bradford, according to police. A woman aged 37 and three children aged 11, six and three have since been treated in hospital after escaping the fire, authorities said, although their injuries are considered survivable.

The fire brigade quickly arrived on the scene(Getty Images/Image Source)

West Yorkshire Police were called to the house in a residential street in the city shortly after 1am on Sunday morning. The force said in a statement: “At 1.08am this morning (May 5), police were called by the fire brigade to reports of a serious house fire on Kingsdale Drive, Bradford. A woman and three children managed to escape from the building and were taken to hospital. hospital for treatment. Their injuries are not life-threatening.

“A fourth child was found at the address and was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. A scene is currently in place at the address and police are working with fire investigators to determine the exact cause of the fire.”

Police have now confirmed that the victim was a 10-year-old girl and that the fire is not being treated as suspicious. The Mirror has since contacted West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service for further confirmation.