The fire happened around 10:20 a.m. on Golden Road.
A seven-month old baby girl and four-year-old boy were among two of the four people rescued after a house fire in Chili Thrusday morning.
Emergency responders arrived at 107 Golden Road, which runs between Chestnut Ridge Road and Westside Drive, around 10:20 a.m.
The fire was reported by Barbara Langdon, a U.S. postal service worker, who was delivering mail, noticed the fire, and called 911, according to Cpl. John Helfer from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Langdon saw a 68-year-old woman hanging halfway out of a window and pulled her to safety.
Deputy Jason Elliotto and Chili Fire Department members Dave Saur and Scott Miller went into the smoke-filled residence and found a 24-year-old female on the floor. Chili Battalion Chief Chuck Kaiser located a four-year-old boy and brought him to safety. Elliotto went back into the residence and, while crawling around on the floor, noticed a pile of clothes that appeared to be moving. There he found a seven-month-old girl.
All four individuals were taken to Strong Memorial Hospital. The two adults suffered serious injuries., Helfer said, while the two children remain in critical condition.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation