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PHOTOS: Dog rescued in Pinch house fire

SAM OWENS | Gazette-Mail
Kanawha County emergency responders Karrie Cunningham (left) and Lisa Gregory (right) give a dog oxygen after he was rescued from a trailer that caught on fire along New Hope Road in Pinch on Tuesday. Firefighters said they didn’t know how the fire started. No people were home at the time of the fire, which started around noon.
SAM OWENS | Gazette-Mail
Kanawha County Ambulance responders Lisa Gregory and Karrie Cunningham give a dog oxygen after he was rescued from a trailer that caught on fire along New Hope Road in Pinch on Tuesday. The fire started in the back part of the trailer, firefighters said.

Fire crews and police responded to a fire in Pinch on Tuesday in the 800 block of New Hope Road. No one was injured, but emergency responders did give oxygen to a dog that had suffered smoke inhalation.

RIGHT: Kanawha County emergency responders Karrie Cunningham (left) and Lisa Gregory (right) give a dog oxygen after he was rescued from a trailer that caught on fire along New Hope Road in Pinch on Tuesday. Firefighters said they didn’t know how the fire started. No people were home at the time of the fire, which started around noon.

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