ROME- Saturday night, fire crews responded to a fire at a home on West Thomas Street in Rome.
Fire officials said there was heavy smoke when they got there. They also said police and neighbors were up on a ladder helping occupants out of a second story window.
A neighbor put most of the fire out with a fire extinguisher.
Two people were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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