Dog rescued from house fire Thursday
BATON ROUGE – A dog was saved by firefighters during a late-morning fire Thursday.
Firefighters found the dog inside the burning home in the 16000 block of Vermillion Drive in the Woodcrest area of Baton Rouge near the intersection of Florida and the Central Throughway.
A WBRZ news crew at the scene captured pictures of fire trucks and other emergency vehicles all down the street.
The fire department said the fire started in a laundry room and was unintentional.
There were no reports of injuries.
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