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    Firefighters attend the scene of a major fire at the Cameron House Hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond in Scotland

    Loch Lomond Blaze: Just Married See Their Little One Being Cradled to Safety

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    It indeed made their hair stand on end as a newlywed couple watched their baby boy being rescued from the top floors of a burning 18th-century building.

    Andrew and Louise Logan got married on Friday and then travelled to the 5-star Cameron House hotel, which is on the picturesque banks of the Scottish Loch Lomond to celebrate their honeymoon.

    A massive blaze broke out all of a sudden in the early hours on Monday, leaving two dead and several people in need of treatment for smoke inhalation.

    Here is drone footage, uploaded recently on YouTube:

    "One person was pronounced dead at the scene. Four people were taken to hospital, one to the RAH [Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley] who later died. A further three people were taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment," media outlets cited a Scotland Police spokesperson as saying.

    In the blaze, which happened in the main building causing it extensive damage, around 200 hotel guests had to be evacuated.

    Cameron House is a popular wedding venue and generally a luxurious hotel, at one point visited by such VIP guests as Robbie Williams, Cameron Diaz and Sir Sean Connery. It last changed hands for approximately 80 million pounds in 2015.

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