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WE'RE LEARNING NEW INFORMATION ABOUT AN APARTMENT
FIRE THAT KILLED TWO PEOPLE AND SENT A FIREFIGHTER
TO THE HOSPITAL WITH THIRD DEGREE BURNS.
Firefighters say a passerby tried to save the people
trapped in their apartment before crews arrived.
Even kicking down the door himself but was pushed
back by heat.
He was able to rescue several pets.
Investigators say the fire was accidental.
The spokane firefighter who was seriously injured
in that fire.
Is now recovering in seattle.
The 29-year-old fire fighter --charles mckenzie--
says he's already itching to get back to work.
Mckenzie performed an incredible act of bravery as
he rushed inside the burning apartment units to try
and rescue anyone still inside.
But he says he did what anyone would to.
Spokane's medical examiner says a woman found inside
the trunk of her car was shot to death.
But the medical examiner stopped short of calling
the incident a homicide.
An autopsy showed 47-year-old rita maze died of a
single gun shot wound to her chest.
Investigators won't say if they found a gun at the
Or if a safety release inside her trunk was working.
The medical examiner has also released bob tester's
cause of death.
He died of chop wounds of the head.
And stab wounds of the chest and abdomen.
Tester's 8-year-old daughter told deputies she woke
up to a man beating her father.