Woman seriously injured in Laval house fire; building had no working smoke detector
A Laval fire left a woman with serious injuries on Saturday morning.
The Laval fire department said it received a call at 1 a.m. about a house engulfed in flames.
Two adults and a 12-year-old child were inside. While the three occupants managed to get out, the mother suffered severe burns.
Fire officials said a large amount of snow outside the main door prevented the woman from exiting the building quickly.
Laval police said the home had no working smoke detector.
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