LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) - A fire early Wednesday that injured four people on the south side of Lebanon is believed to have been intentionally set, officials say.
Around 1 a.m. Wednesday, Lebanon firefighters were called to the 500 block of East Noble Street.
When they arrived, they found a one-story house engulfed in flames.
Two of the injured were identified as 45-year-old Shawn Lambert and 54-year-old Dorothy Lambert.
Emergency crews found Dorothy outside the home in the front yard. Shawn was found inside the back door semi conscious and suffering from smoke inhalation and burns.
Both were taken to Witham Hospital. Shawn was later transferred to Wishard Burn Unit in critical condition. Dorothy is listed in good condition.
Investigators say they believe one of the two used an accelerant to start the blaze in the living room.
Two police officers who responded to the scene were also treated for smoke inhalation.
Police say the couple had been having domestic problems recently. Officers had been called to the residence twice on Tuesday.
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