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[Updated to include follow-up article in WhitefishbayNOW.com]
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that Brian Henry, the owner of the Fox Bay Cinema Grill, and his family were rescued from their burning home early this morning:
Firefighters rescued the owner of a popular cinema and his family from a burning home in Whitefish Bay, but not before he was overcome by smoke, collapsed and stopped breathing, according to a North Shore Fire Department spokesman.
Firefighters responded to the home of Brian Henry after receiving a report of fire at the home in the 100 block of W. Belle Ave. about 2 a.m. Henry operates Fox-Bay Cinema Grill at 334 E. Silver Spring Drive. Henry and his family are listed in telephone directories as the occupant of the house where the fire occurred, and his next-door neighbor, John Macon, confirmed that his neighbor is the operator of the Fox-Bay.
Henry and his family were awakened by smoke detectors, but he became separated from the others when he went down to the first floor of the two-story home. There he was overcome while trying to discover the source of the smoke, according to Battalion Chief Robert Whitaker.
Click the Read link below for the full news article.
- Three Rescued from Fire (w/ video) -- Today's TMJ4 TV
- Fox Bay owner in stable condition after fire at home -- WhitefishbayNOW.com
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