Bradley Firefighters Heroically Save Residents, Pets from Apartment Fire on South Fulton

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Bradley, IL – Bradley firefighters rescued two people and two pets from a two-story apartment building engulfed in flames early Thursday morning. 

The fire, which broke out in the 100 block of South Fulton, caused extensive damage to the building, especially at the rear. Despite the intensity of the blaze, no injuries were reported. The building, a converted apartment home, housed six residents. 

The American Red Cross is providing assistance to the affected individuals.

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