St. Paul firefighters rescued a 16-year-old girl Thursday after her home caught on fire, Star Tribune reported.
A kitchen fire left the girl unconscious when the fire squad found her on the second floor of her East side home. The rescue team performed CPR before sending her to Regions Hospital. She was then sent to a hyperbaric chamber in Hennepin County Medical Center where her condition remained unclear, according to the Pioneer Press.
The cause of the fire is under investigation, with damages costing around $10,000, Pioneer Press said.