Baby, 4 adults rescued from ‘suspicious’ Germantown house fire

 (L-R) Sunday morning activity at the Coulter St. fire; the door of the neighboring property that had been firebombed two weeks ago. (Courtesy of 6abc; Brian Hickey/WHYY)

(L-R) Sunday morning activity at the Coulter St. fire; the door of the neighboring property that had been firebombed two weeks ago. (Courtesy of 6abc; Brian Hickey/WHYY)

According to a report from 6abc, firefighters rescued a 4-month-old baby and four adults from the back porch of a home on the unit block of E. Coulter St. during a suspicious Sunday morning blaze.

The fire reportedly broke out directly next door to a home that was firebombed on Dec. 1.

Firefighters responded to Sunday’s blaze around 1 a.m. Among the people rescued was a 4-month-old baby and 52-year-old woman who were taken to Albert Einstein Medical Center for treatment for smoke inhalation.

The fire has been deemed suspicious.

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