June 16, 2014 19:55At 8:30am neighbors reported seeing smoke and fire from the front a home at 9809 SE Holgate. They also reported seeing the home recently occupied. PF&R crews arrived to find heavy fire involvement in the home with smoke and flames visible from a front window. Ladder Truck 7 was assigned to "search&rescue" of the home; they located one unconscious adult female and brought her out to EMT and Paramedic firefighters of Engine 29 who were assigned to provide medical assistance. Two of these firefighters were used to provide Advanced Life Support(ALS) medical care during ambulance transport to Emanuel Hospital -the 52yr old female patient suffered significant inhalation and burn injuries and is currently listed in critical condition. Fire investigators have determined that the fire was accidental and began on a couch, the ignition source is unknown at this time. No other injuries to firefighters, residents or pets were reported. Fire investigators also discovered that the home was actually vacant and the injured resident was living there illegally. The home had no working utilities, most importantly no working smoke alarms.