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Richmond firefighters rescue dog from house fire in Forest Hill
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Richmond firefighters rescue dog from house fire in Forest Hill

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Richmond firefighters rescued a dog from a house fire on Sunday morning, according to a post from the fire department’s Twitter page.

At 7:29 a.m., crews responded to a home at 4411 New Kent Ave. in South Richmond, where they found smoke coming from the structure. Three people had exited the home, but crews went inside to rescue a dog, the department said on social media.

One of the human occupants was taken to a hospital for smoke inhalation, and an oxygen mask was used to resuscitate the dog, which is reportedly doing OK, the post said.

The fire was marked under control shortly before 8 a.m. Its cause is under investigation, the department said.

— Ali Rockett

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