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Girl suffers serious injuries in fire

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The STARS helicopter was used to transport three people to Winnipeg after they were injured in a fire in St. Georges.

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The STARS helicopter was used to transport three people to Winnipeg after they were injured in a fire in St. Georges.

A man, woman and toddler are in Winnipeg hospital following a fire Sunday in St. Georges, Man., Powerview RCMP say.

The man, 21, and woman, 27, plus an 18-month-old girl escaped the blaze, which was reported to emergency crews at 4 a.m. The fire was out by 7 a.m.

RCMP said the injuries were non-life threatening but STARS ambulance, which transported the trio to hospital in Winnipeg, said the female toddler suffered serious injuries in the blaze. She is at Children's Hospital.

The cause of the fire is not suspicious and an investigation is underway.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 24, 2014 B3

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