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Pa. officers responding to domestic enter burning home to save woman


April 05, 2007
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Pa. officers responding to domestic enter burning home to save woman

By Chico Harlan and Jim McKinnon
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

BELLEVUE, Pa. — Around 11:30 Monday night, Bellevue police Officers Bill Scheller and Earl Grubbs III arrived at a small apartment building on Maryland Avenue. Somebody there had placed a 911 call — "some threats being made over the phone," Officer Scheller said — and then hung up.

Neither officer expected anything serious. The caller never mentioned smoke or fire.

Full story: Pa. officers responding to domestic enter burning home to save woman





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