Lauderhill rescuers save pet dog from house fire

Rescuers revive a dog after rescuing it from a house fire Wednesday.
Rescuers revive a dog after rescuing it from a house fire Wednesday.
Lauderhill Fire Department

Lauderhill firefighters rescued and revived a pet dog Wednesday from a burning home.

When firefighters responded to the home at 7342 NW 47th Pl., all of the human occupants were accounted for, Lauderhill Division Chief Jeff Levy said.

“After a search in zero visibility smoke conditions the lifeless dog was located,” he said

Once rescuers got the dog out of the house, they treated it with oxygen on the grass.

The dog was taken to an area animal hospital and is “doing well.”

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