Nine dogs rescued from Stevens Co. house fire

STEVENS CO., Wash. — Firefighters rescued nine dogs from a fire that destroyed a house in Stevens County Thursday morning.

Stevens County Fire District 1 says a person passing by along Redman Road noticed smoke and flames in the house and called firefighters. Fire District 1, Spokane Fire District 4 and Deer Park Ambulance arrived to put the fire out. Crews arrived and got the flames under control—fire officials say the flames when up into the attic and began sagging the entire house.

Officials say the house is a total loss.

During the fire operation, rescuers went into the house—no people were home, but they found nine dogs inside and caught them to safety. One pup was found hiding under a bed by a secondary search crew.

Fire officials say Miller Vet Services arrived to help with the rescued dogs.

Fire District 1 crews responded to an early morning house fire off of Redman Road. A passerby noticed smoke and flames….

Posted by Stevens County Fire District No.1 on Thursday, April 29, 2021