Firefighters rescued four young children trapped inside a blazing St. Louis home Thursday afternoon. Six fire trucks responded to the residential inferno, in which the kids — one of whom was unconscious — were pulled from the burning building, reported the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Three of the...

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