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The donation is part of "Project Breathe™" by Invisible Fence® Brand which aims to equip every fire station in Canada, the United States and the U.K with pet oxygen masks.
Guinea Pig Saved by Pet Oxygen Mask
One cat perished in the fire, but a Guinea Pig was rescued by Baraboo Fire Personnel utilizing a pet oxygen kit donated by Invisible Fence®.
On July 25 2011 at 9:10 p.m. Baraboo Fire was dispatched to 520 6th Avenue for a structure fire.
Upon arrival of the first fire department unit, there was moderate smoke showing from a single story, single family dwelling. Flames then broke out and vented out a window from an interior room in the rear of the home. All occupants were reported as out of the house.
Fire personnel arrived in three Engines, an Aerial Platform and a Squad. The main body of fire in an interior room was quickly knocked down, but the fire had spread to the roof boards under the metal roofing. Extensive damage was done to the interior room and the roof of the home.
The home is owned by Carmen Hill.
One occupant was transported to St. Clare Hospital with non-life threatening injuries as a result from the fire. There were no other civilian or firefighter injuries. One cat perished in the fire, but a Guinea Pig was rescued and revived by Baraboo Fire Personnel utilizing a pet oxygen kit donated by Invisible Fence®.
The residents of this home were displaced and are staying with relatives.
The cause of this fire is still under investigation, through a cooperative effort between Baraboo Fire and Police personnel.
The Baraboo Fire Department had 37 members present for one of the monthly training sessions and all responded to this incident.
North Freedom Fire Department was dispatched to fill in at the Baraboo Fire Station. There were no calls for service while they stood by.
The Baraboo Fire Department was further assisted at the scene by Alliant Energy, Baraboo District Ambulance Service and Baraboo Police Department.