Firefighters rescue unconscious man in Woodstock house fire
Firefighters revived an unconscious man after a house fire in Woodstock early Wednesday morning.
Officials say the man was found by firefighters in the home on Hunter Street.
Firefighters were able to get a pulse after performing CPR and he was taken to Woodstock General but has since been transferred to a hospital in Toronto.
Neighbours say he had recently purchased the home.
One neighbour told CTV News that police banged on her door around 4:30 a.m. to alert them about the fire.
The home was engulfed in flames when crews arrived.
The Ontario Fire Marshal's office is investigating.
A cause has yet to be determined, but officials say it is not suspicious.
An early estimate by the fire department suggests damage totals around $150,000.
No one else was in the home or reported injured.