INDIANA FIREFIGHTERS SUFFERS BROKEN FOOT AT HOUSE FIRE

Two people suffered burns and smoke inhalation early Wednesday morning when their home caught fire near Osceola.

Penn Township Fire officials say the home in the 56-thousand block of Greenlawn Avenue sustained significant damage.

One firefighter suffered a leg injury and was treated and released.

One of the two people inside the house at the time of the fire was also released.

Two dogs died.

Five fire departments fought the blaze.

Investigators are still looking for what started it.

Original Story:

Two people have been taken to the hospital following an early morning house fire in Penn Township.

It happened just after 2 A.M. Wednesday on Vistula Road, near Osceola.

The fire chief tells WSBT 22 News that the two people are being treated for burns and smoke inhalation.

The Humane Society is on scene, as two dogs died in the fire.

It took crews about 30 minutes to get the fire under control.