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OSHKOSH – A woman was killed and two others were injured in a duplex fire on Oshkosh’s south side Wednesday night. The victim was identified as Theresa F. Schmitz, 25, of Oshkosh, by police late Thursday afternoon.

Two upstairs residents of the duplex at 1675 Ohio St. escaped through a window, and a third, trapped on the second floor, was rescued by firefighters. The four downstairs residents escaped the building on their own and had no injuries.

A combined investigation by the Oshkosh Fire Department and the State Fire Marshal’s office has not determined the cause of the fire. Officials said there were no working smoke alarms in either of the apartments.

Oshkosh firefighters were dispatched at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, and when they arrived, fire was coming from the bottom windows of the duplex, extending to the second floor.

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