Toddler airlifted to hospital after house fire in Yakima
Posted on Friday, June 4th, 2021 at 11:33 am
YAKIMA, WA — A toddler who was home alone during a house fire was airlifted to a hospital on Friday morning, according to NBC Right Now.
Yakima firefighters responded to the scene at 41st and Storm Avenues, where they found they encountered flames completely engulfing a garage and spreading to other parts of the home. The child, a two- or three-year-old boy, was found in a portable crib unattended.
The boy was rushed by airlift to a Seattle hospital. His condition is currently undisclosed.
The fire has since been extinguished, and there are no other reported injuries.
Authorities are currently investigating the cause of fire.
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