Puppies Rescued from House Fire - NBC 7 San Diego

Puppies Rescued from House Fire

One small pup died in the blaze, three made it out alive



    Three puppies were rescued from a Logan Heights house fire on Tuesday night, according to officials.

    At around 7:30 p.m. yesterday, firefighters received the call about a blaze on the 100 block of Evans Street. The resident left a stove burning when he walked out of his home and when he came back the house was on fire, according to authorities.

    The resident was able to knock down the flames alone, but he did not know the attic was also burning, which is where his four 5-day-old puppies were living.

    Firefighters and neighbors rescued most of the small pups, but one died in the fire. Neighbors held the puppies in a cereal bowl after they were rescued.

    No people were injured during the incident.

    Puppies Rescued from Fire

    [DGO] Puppies Rescued from Fire
    Four puppies were rescued by neighbors and firefighters in a Logan Heights house fire on Tuesday evening.
    (Published Sunday, April 22, 2012)

    The Red Cross is providing shelter for the resident, who is coping with the loss of the puppy claimed by the fire.

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