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Oakland Firefighters Rescue Puppies From Burning Building

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    Oakland Firefighters Rescue Puppies From Burning Building

    Three puppies are alive after freighters rescued them from a burning building Saturday in Oakland. After putting out the flames, fire crews noticed three puppies not breathing and proceeded to give them oxygen, the puppies are in stable condition.

    (Published Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019)

    Three puppies are alive after firefighters rescued them from a burning building Saturday in Oakland, officials said.

    Fire crews responded to a pet shop at 10814 Bancroft Avenue after calls came in reporting smoke coming from a pet shop.

    The fire was put out quickly and when fire crews enter the shop they saw three puppies needing medical attention. Firefighter gave the small dogs oxygen and were able to revive them.

    Officials say the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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