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Two escape Pinellas Park mobile home fire that killed family dog

PINELLAS PARK — Two people escaped through the window of a Pinellas Park mobile home that was on fire Monday morning.

One of their dogs died, but another survived, authorities said.

The cause of the fire was still under investigation, said Pinellas Park Fire Rescue Lt. Gary Berkkeimer.

Smoke was seen from outside the home at 104 106th Ave. The people who escaped were not immediately identified.

Firefighters couldn't revive one of the dogs. The two people who escaped were treated for smoke inhalation at a hospital.

The extent of the damage to the mobile home was not immediately known.

Two escape Pinellas Park mobile home fire that killed family dog 10/05/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 5, 2010 2:35pm]
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