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Topic - Rich Chatman
A Portland Fire and Rescue spokesman says oily rags left out in the sun caused a Monday afternoon fire that burned two houses in southwest Portland.
Portland firefighters cut a hole through concrete and used an air bag and a soapy lubricant to free an Oregon woman who fell and became stuck in a narrow opening between two buildings Wednesday morning.
Lt. Rich Chatman says that when crews arrived the home engulfed in fire and smoke.
He says they should have been placed in a metal trash can with a lid.