A dog died in a Monday morning house fire, Toledo Fire Department spokesman Pvt. Sterling Rahe said, though no person was injured in the blaze.
Firefighters on-scene at 3500 Blk. of Glynn Dr residential structure fire. First crew reported heavy smoke conditions, fire quickly knocked down. Search crews found a dog, life saving efforts initiated, unfortunately the pet was overcome by the smoke. No civilian or FF injuries pic.twitter.com/EpqGd1xdYG— Toledo Fire & Rescue (@ToledoFire) March 5, 2018
Firefighters responded about 8:15 a.m. to the 3500 block of Glynn Drive in South Toledo. There, firefighters found smoke coming from the home, Pvt. Rahe said, with the fire appearing to have started near the kitchen in the rear of the home.
Firefighters extinguished the blaze after arriving on scene.
A dog was removed from the home, and attempts to revive it were unsuccessful.
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