Officers Break Window, Pull Woman from Burning Mobile Home

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Watch the video to hear the victim's granddaughter describe the fire and rescue.

A woman was pulled to safety and taken to a local hospital after a fire started on a deck of a mobile home and quickly spread inside Thursday morning.

Two officers who initially arrived on scene broke a window and dragged the woman out of the burning home, said Deputy Fire Chief Bryan Hinds.

Crews believe the fire started on the deck of a mobile home at 1924 South 17th Place in Rogers, Hinds said. The fire was out within five minutes of his crews arriving on scene, according to the Rogers Fire Department.

The woman was hospitalized and treated for smoke inhalation. She was in stable condition, according to the fire department.

The fire marshal is investigating the cause of the fire.