Firefighters in Franklin Massachusetts rescue a dog from a burning home


Welcome to another outstanding story of a rescue of an animal from the local firefighters in Franklin Massachusetts who answered an emergency call just before midnight on Saturday evening of a home that caught fire on Warwick Road.

The occupants of the burning home were one adult and two children who were able to escape the burning home before five different firefighters companies from the local region in Franklin answered the emergency call that was made from one of the family members at the time when the fire started.

When the five different firefighting companies arrived to put out the fire, one of the firefighters went inside the burning home to rescue of one dog that did not get out with the rest of his owners when the fire started.

The fire was placed under control under one hour by the firefighters. The damage of the fire was so intense that the living room and the garage suffered severe damage.

Even though the home was destroyed by the intensity of the fire, at least no one passed away even though one adult was taken to a local hospital to be treated for any possible illnesses coming from the fire incident as a precaution.

It is one tragedy to lose a home due to a fire, however the house can be rebuilt while any loss of life cannot be replaced.

The cause of the fire will be investigated by officials of the Franklin Fire Department to determine if it was an accident or a criminal act.

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