Firefighters were called to the scene of a two-story house fire in Washington, D.C.
By the time they arrived, the four residents had already evacuated, but their six dogs were still inside. Firefighters ran inside and were able to locate five dogs and a sixth lying unconscious in the basement. A member of the department’s rescue squad carried the dog out and then several of them worked to revive the little one.
Thanks to the firefighters efforts, all the dogs survived.
Update Working Fire unit block K St NW. There are 4 residents & 6 dogs displaced. They will be assisted by @DCMOCRS & @RedCrossNCGC. No civilian injuries at this time. Investigators on scene to determine cause. pic.twitter.com/qoif5FPGCv
— DC Fire and EMS (@dcfireems) July 21, 2020