Heroic firefighters save unconscious dog from EHT house fire
No humans were reportedly injured, but a dog would recover from a two-alarm fire in Egg Harbor Township on Saturday.
Members of the Bargaintown Volunteer Fire Company said they responded to block 4000 of Ivins Avenue in the Cardiff section of Egg Harbor Township. There, heavy fire and smoke were seen coming out of a house and a second alarm was triggered.
They say, “The firefighters got to work aggressively to put out the fire and search the residence. During this operation, an unconscious dog was located and removed from the residence.
The dog was taken to a local veterinary hospital by the Northfield Volunteer Fire Company and was reportedly last in stable condition.
The cause of the fire has not yet been determined.
Meanwhile, should you ever want to meet your local volunteer firefighters and thank them for their service, the Bargaintown Fire Company will be holding an open house on Monday, October 11, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. They say, “We are determined to interact and engage with our community, especially the younger residents, to give them tips and tricks for safety and fire prevention. We would love for you and your family to attend this event. More information on their open days : to find on their Facebook page.
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