ROCHESTER (CBS) – One person died following a fire Sunday morning in Rochester.

Flames broke out on Walnut Plain Road around 9 a.m. It took about two hours for firefighters to gain control, said the Rochester Fire Department.

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The scene of a fatal Rochester fire. (Image credit: David Curran – Satellite News Service)

One man was rescued from the home, near the front door, and rushed to Tobey Hospital, but did not survive.

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A woman who was in the house but managed to escape from the fire was also taken to Tobey Hospital where she is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

A family dog was found dead.

Marion, Mattapoisett, Middleboro, Freetown, Acushnet, the Dept. of Fire Service State Rehab Unit, and Wareham crews all responded to the fire.

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The fire remains under investigation. The names of the victims have not been released.