Firefighters rescue residents from burning Union home

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UNION, N.J. — Firefighters rescued residents from their burning home in New Jersey after flames broke out early Wednesday, officials said.

The blaze broke out at 310 Ohio St. and was extinguished shortly before 5 a.m., officials said.

Two people, including an elderly woman, were rescued by firefighters.

PSE&G is investigating whether gas played a role in the fire.

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