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Posted: 1:39 p.m. Saturday, March 30, 2013
CONCORD, Calif. —
Firefighters in Concord rescued 10 dogs Friday while fighting a house fire that afternoon.
The small fire, reported to fire crews around 6:30 p.m., started in the kitchen of a home on Hillsborough drive after a pot was left on a burner for too long.
As firefighters made their way through the house, which had filled with smoke, they found a number of English bull dogs in cages.
They were able to extricate all of the dogs and contain the small fire within a matter of minutes.
No one was hurt, and all of the dogs were also reported to be okay that evening.
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