IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say firefighters rescued four people from an apartment building fire in Iowa City.
The fire in the ground-floor apartment was reported just before 10 a.m. Thursday.
Four people in the second-floor unit were blocked by heat and smoke from escaping on their own. Firefighters helped them out and down from a second-story window.
No injuries have been reported.
- Iowa City firefighters rescue 4 from second-story window
- Firefighters practice grain bin rescues
- Iowa Trolley Park asking for donations after discovering smashed windows
- Rochester Firefighters trained on elevator rescue
- Firefighters rescue resident from deck collapse
- Firefighters dive in for water rescue training
- Man sentenced for smashing windows
- Forest City schools: Bus window shot out by pellet gun
- Police: Window smashed, merchandise stolen after 4 rob Rochester Verizon story
- Volunteer firefighters needed in north Iowa