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Stories to follow: Dog helps save family from fire

Nassau County police said a woman, her twin

Nassau County police said a woman, her twin daughters and one of their friends, who are all 11, suffered smoke inhalation before escaping a house fire in Levittown. (Feb. 24, 2012) Credit: Kevin Imm

LEVITTOWN

When a fire broke out in Timothy Argento’s Levittown home early Friday morning, it was smoke alarms and his barking dog that awakened his wife -- and the children -- allowing them to escape the house without serious injuries.

Nassau County police said the wife and three children suffered smoke inhalation and were taken to a hospital for medical attention. A 20-year-old firefighter from the Levittown Fire Department suffered a dislocated knee.

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BAY SHORE

GOSPEL HEALTH FEST. Suffolk County’s Office of Minority Health is sponsoring its third annual Gospel Health Fest Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. at Bay Shore Middle School (393 Brook Ave.). The event will feature gospel choirs, health screenings and special presentations by the county’s African-American Advisory Board. Check Matthew Chayes’ updates on newsday.com.

WESTBURY

MALCOLM X SPOTLIGHT. The life and legacy of Malcolm X will be commemorated in a special program Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Islamic Center of Long Island (835 Brush Hollow Rd.). Speakers include government, community and religious leaders from around Nassau County. Check Will Van Sant’s updates on newsday.com.

BELLPORT

VILLAGE BOARD. The Bellport Village board of trustees meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Bellport Community Center (4 Bell St.). The public is invited to attend. Check Sophia Chang’s Twitter updates @schangnewsday.

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