BROOKLYN PARK, Md. - Fire crews rescue a 17-year-old dog from a two-alarm row home fire in Brooklyn Park Monday evening.
The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said crews responded to West Arden Road around 7:30 p.m. Monday after neighbors saw smoke coming from a middle row home.
When first responders go on the scene, they made the call a two-alarm fire because of the neighboring homes.
After fire fighters got into the home, they discovered a dog who was suffering from smoke inhalation.
They brought the dog out and hooked it up to the fire unit's animal-saving equipment.
The 17-year-old dog then started breathing on it's own and is expected to survive.
Crews got the fire under control after 8:20 p.m.
The Red Cross is assisting six adults with food, shelter, and clothing.
No people were injured.
The fire marshal was called in to investigate.
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