Spokane couple burned in RV fire taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle

Two victims of a Spokane RV fire were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment of their burn injuries. The 44-year-old female victim is reported to be in critical condition. The 55-year-old male victim is listed in serious condition. Both victims suffered burns to approximately 50 percent of their bodies.

According to a report in the Spokesman Review, the motor home was parked behind a home at 5611 North Perry Street. The fire was reported around 5:10pm and the pair had already made their way out of the burning RV when fire crews arrived.

The blaze occurred to the rear of the motor home and the cause is being investigated.

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