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Woman pulled from apartment fire in Newmarket
Police say the woman had no vital signs when crews got to her
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A woman in her 70's didn't have any vital signs, after being pulled from an apartment fire in Newmarket.

York police say firefighters and officers were called to an apartment building on Stonehaven Ave, near Bayview Ave and Mulock Dr, at about 8:30 a.m.

A fire broke out on the third floor.

Const Laura Nicolle says that the woman was rushed to Sunnybrook Hospital in critical condition

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A woman in her 70's didn't have any vital signs, after being pulled from an apartment fire in Newmarket.

York police say firefighters and officers were called to an apartment building on Stonehaven Ave, near Bayview Ave and Mulock Dr, at about 8:30 a.m.

A fire broke out on the third floor.

Const Laura Nicolle says that the woman was rushed to Sunnybrook Hospital in critical condition

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