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Northeast Ohio fire departments battle flames and frigid cold

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Multiple fire departments battled flames during the snow and dangerous cold.

In Euclid, firefighters were called out to the 300 block of Babbitt Road around 3 a.m. Sunday.

Euclid firefighters saw flames and smoke coming from the apartment windows.

The resident was transported to the hospital with minor burns.

Multiple other residents were displaced.

Firefighters say the cause was a cooking fire.

In Colebrook Township, fire crews say residents brought firefighters hot drinks and plowed driveways to keep firefighters safe and warm while they were battling a house fire.

The fire broke out around 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

Fire crews from Orwell, Windsor, Rome, Greene, Wayne, Mecca, Bloomfield, Morgan, Dorset and Andover worked together to fight the fire.

No one was hurt.

In Akron, firefighters battled flames on Argonne Court around 9:30 Sunday morning.

No one was hurt and no cause has been reported.

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