Two Dogs Rescued and Resuscitated After Postal Worker Calls 9-1-1 Tuesday Morning

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) were called to the scene of a fire in Kensington when a postal worker called 9-1-1 after smelling smoke and hearing fire alarms going off in a home on Dewey Rd Tuesday morning, according to MCFRS Chief Spokesperson Pete Piringer.

Per Piringer, there were no humans home at the time of the fire, but crews found two unconscious dogs that they were able to resuscitate and take to a nearby vet. Unfortunately, three cats did not survive the fire. There was approximately $75K in damages to the home.

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