11-year-old runs back into burning building to save 2-year-old sister, MD officials say

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An 11-year-old Maryland boy rescued his younger sister from a burning building in Maryland and suffered burns, officials said.
Shortly after sunset on Tuesday, November 22, an accidental electrical fire started in a bedroom of a two-story apartment building in Salisbury, about 100 miles southeast of Baltimore, according to a press release from the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
Pictures taken at the scene show a second-story window on fire.
When the 11-year-old boy spotted the fire, he exited the building, but once safely outside he found his 2-year-old sister was still inside, officials said.
At this point, he ventured back into the apartment, retrieved his sister from the second floor, and exited the building. He suffered minor burns to his arm during the trial, officials said.
According to the press release, more than two dozen firefighters were at the scene and extinguished the flames within 10 minutes.
Two of the eight residential units in the apartment are now uninhabitable as a result of the fire.
The Salisbury Fire Brigade did not immediately respond to a request for information from McClatchy News.
Electrical networks are the third leading cause of home fires, according to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, a nonprofit organization that advises homeowners to avoid overloading outlets.
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