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Jara said the fire was quickly put out and only one person, a 60-year-old Autism Speaks worker, was taken to Northwestern Medicine hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation.
Police said two of the dogs were pregnant, and all of the dogs appeared to be unresponsive from smoke inhalation.
The Hamilton County Coroner said the couple died from smoke inhalation.
Wendy Blackstone died from smoke inhalation and an overdose of alprazolam, a sedative, according to an autopsy.
The two men were taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation and are expected to survive, Houston Fire Department District Chief J. Kittrell said.
One person suffered from smoke inhalation and a dog was rescued after a Burbank home caught fire early Saturday morning, authorities said.
Chen was being treated for severe smoke inhalation and was in a coma, and nine other people were still hospitalized, police said.
The woman was taken by ambulance from Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company to University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air suffering from minor smoke inhalation, Alkire said.
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medical Definition of inhalation
inhalationalplay \-shnəl, -shən-ᵊl\ adjective
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