State Police say the woman who was pulled from the house fire in Lima on Tuesday has died at Strong Memorial Hospital.
No other information about the fire or investigation was immediately available in the overnight update.
This story will be updated as more becomes available.
Police investigating serious injury fire after resident rescued from burning Lima home
New York State Police provided an update on the fire that prompted a major response in Lima.
One person was seriously injured and first responders provided life-saving measures on that individual at the Pond Road home.
Troopers said one person was in the garage at the time of the fire, while a second was inside the home. The person inside the home had to be rescued with the help of a neighbor – and ultimately required the life-saving medical attention at the scene.
They were transported to Strong Memorial Hospital in serious condition.
State police investigators are being assisted by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, troopers aid in an update.
.@13WHAM Fire destroys home on Pond Road in Lima. pic.twitter.com/4z88rp4AJ1
— Doug Emblidge (@dougemblidge) November 9, 2021
Large house fire on Pond Road in Lima pic.twitter.com/F8sj8hv1iz
— Will Morgan (@wmorgan2g) November 9, 2021
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