QUINCY (CBS) — A woman has died after she rescued and taken to the hospital with severe burns after a fire broke out in Quincy early Sunday morning.

Flames destroyed the Havard Street home where the woman, who was in her 50’s, lived on the first floor. A family on the second floor was able to escape.

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A woman was burned after a fire broke out in a home on Harvard Street in Quincy (Courtesy Photo)

A dog also died in the fire, according to Deputy Fire Chief Paul Griffin.

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“It’s shocking. You’d see her every day in passing. She loved her dog,” a neighbor told WBZ-TV.

Damage left behind by a deadly house fire in Quincy. (WBZ-TV)

It is not clear what started the fire, which appears to have started on the first floor. The home did have working smoke detectors.

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The fire is not believed to be suspicious.