Chicago Firefighters Rescue Dogs From House Fire Video

Published on Jul 21, 2014 by Todd Shermon

“6-26-14 Chicago,Illinois 
600 W. 117th place
House Fire 2 Dogs Rescued by Firefighters doing interior search & quickly given oxygen by Paramedics,saving both dogs Lives
CFD Paramedics Using Specialized K9 Oxygen Masks Revive both Dogs
Interview with Paramedic & Battalion Chief

NBC Chicago.com:

“Two dogs that were trapped in a house fire on Chicago’s south side early Thursday morning should be just fine thanks to the help of quick-thinking and well-equipped paramedics.

First responders were called to a fire at a home on the 600 block of West 117th Place shortly after midnight. The resident was not home at the time but returned home with firefighters already on the scene and informed them of the dogs in the home. Firefighters rescued the animals from a back room and paramedics quickly administered oxygen. Full Story Continued>>>

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