Cameron House fire: Couple look on as baby son is rescued

A newlywed couple looked on as their baby boy was rescued by a firefighter from the blaze which caused two deaths at the Cameron House hotel at Loch Lomond.

The baby being rescued. Picture: SWNS.

The fire, the cause of which remains under investigations, caused the five-star resort to go up in flames just before 7am yesterday, with residents and staff evacuated.

Andrew and Louise Logan were on their honeymoon after tying the knot on Friday when they were caught up in the fire.

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Their son Jimmy was rescued from their third floor suite by a firefighter who carried the baby under his arm while he descended a ladder amid heavy smoke.

The couple and their son were taken to hospital after suffering smoke inhalation, but were later discharged.

Mrs Logan’s father told the Daily Mail: “No-one in the family, especially Andrew and Louise, can say thank you enough to the brave firefighter who rescued their son.

“We were so relieved when we heard they were OK, although everyone is shocked by what happened.

“They were supposed to be enjoying a quiet honeymoon. But they are going to be on their way home very soon. It will be nice to know they are back safe and sound.”