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Dog, cat die in Hampton house fire
Other pets in the house survived: a cat and two dogs, thanks to the use of pet oxygen masks...
12:45 p.m. UPDATE: Other pets in the house survived: a cat and two dogs, thanks to the use of pet oxygen masks obtained from the Project Breathe™ Program from the Invisible Fence® Brand Co., fire officials said.
The fire started accidentally due to combustible items being in contact with the grate on the furnace floor. Fire burned a 3-foot hole in the area of the floor furnace and extended into the closet. Fire also damaged a floor joist.
HAMPTON-A woman escaped fire in her Hampton home early Friday, but her dog and cat didn't survive. Firefighters were called to Charles Street around 1:00 a.m. The cause of the fire is under investigation.