Two bodies believed to be those of a woman and her adult daughter have been found in a New Jersey home that was destroyed by a fast-moving fire.
Gordon Coleman says that his sister Harriet Coleman and her daughter Ruth were unaccounted for following the five-alarm blaze in Leonia that broke out around 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
Gordon Coleman says his sister is a school crossing guard and his 34-year-old niece attends a day program for people with special needs.
Coleman says his brother Howard, who lived in a separate apartment in the multi-family home, was able to rescue their 94-year-old mother, who lived with the two other women.
Leonia's fire chief says two police officers suffered smoke inhalation responding to the fire.