(KGW) Two men escaped a two-alarm house fire in Northeast Portland with the help of at least one witness.
Firefighters and police responded to a fire Saturday around 6:30 p.m.
The fire started outside the home in a detached garage, then spread to the house and got into the attic, firefighters said.
The blaze was caused by "smoker's carelessness," according to investigators.
Damien Zabona was driving by, on his way to a Portland Timbers soccer game, when he saw the fire and stopped to help.
"The back of the house was engulfed in flames," he said. "Inside of the house, there was nothing but black smoke."
And in the middle of all that black smoke, he saw a man, near one of the front windows. "That's not good," he said to himself.
Read More: http://bit.ly/2g2Q0orHouseFire1002
The family of Frederick Wilburn, the man Department of Public Safety detectives shot to death Thursday night near Speedway Blvd. and Beverly Dr. is speaking out.
TUCSON- The Tucson Police Department has closed roads in Midtown after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. According to TPD, the pedestrian has...
A Tennessee boy, who gets bullied at school,is getting support from celebrities around the world after his heart-felt plea goes viral.
The suspect in a terror-related attack in New York City has been identified as Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant who lives in Brooklyn and was allegedly inspired by ISIS.