Two people were pulled from a burning home in Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba last Sunday and another person made it out on their own.
RCMP say the residence was fully engulfed when they arrived at around 7:30 p.m.
Officers were told by witnesses that there were still people inside the home. One female exited on her own and was coughing on the front steps. Police took her to safety and then entered the residence to look for other occupants.
RCMP say three officers found an unconscious male and a barely conscious female among the smoke-filled structure.
The three victims were taken to the local nursing station in stable condition.
The officers were examined and treated for smoke inhalation.
Foul play is not suspected.