Osceola County firefighters rescue pup from fire in retirement community – WFTV

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – Osceola County firefighters rescued a four-legged friend when they received a call about a fire in a retirement community.

First responders were able to get the dog out of danger after a fire spread to a townhouse in the village of Good Samaritan.

Firefighters said they treated the resident for smoke inhalation and rescued the owner’s pet dog. Everyone is expected to be OK.

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Osceola County firefighters said they extinguished the fire in less than four minutes.

They said that this short amount of time is still enough to fill a house with dangerous smoke and encouraged everyone to prepare an escape plan.

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