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While responding to a fire on Indianapolis’ north side, IFD personnel rescue a dog

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Indianapolis, Indiana – While responding to a fire on the north side of Circle City on Saturday night, members of the Indianapolis Fire Department saved a dog.

According to an IFD post on X, the social networking site that used to be known as Twitter, firemen were called to the 1600 block of McCollough Drive at 7:12 p.m. Emergency personnel discovered thick smoke rising from a house’s roof as they arrived.

IFD attacked the fire with great force. According to officials, the fire was contained in fifteen minutes.

Firefighters also saved a dog as they put out the fire. Once they were certain it was safe, the crews gave the dog oxygen.

According to IFD, nobody was hurt in the fire. Authorities are still attempting to identify the precise cause of the fire.

 

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