Two dead in house fire

Two people died in a fire early Sunday after a fire truck dispatched to the house got stuck in snow, according to the Star Tribune.

Family members identified one of the bodies as Mary Frances Rowe, 78, the longtime homeowner. The other body has no been identified, according to the Pioneer Press.

The fire call came in at 1:31 a.m., according to the Star Tribune. Despite the first fire engine getting stuck in snow a block away from the 2 1/2-story house, a second fire engine arrived seven minutes later. Four others were hospitalized with injuries from the fire.

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