“Our crews made entry, and a short while later we found him outside in the garden. He was able to break himself free,” Rainville said.
The man was transported to Glens Falls Hospital with non-life-threatening conditions, Rainville said. The woman was also transported to Glens Falls Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Rainville did not comment further on their medical condition. The names of the two residents were not disclosed.
“At this point, we do not believe it is suspicious,” Rainville said about the cause of the fire.
A neighbor who lives on Pershing Road said the fire started in the garage.
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Drew Wardle is a reporter for The Post-Star. You can contact him at 518-681-7343 or email him at [email protected]