Fire Damages Duluth Home; Two Dogs Rescued

A fire caused around $50,000 in damages to a Duluth home Wednesday afternoon. 

The Duluth Fire Department responded to the house fire at 822 Anderson Road around 1:00 p.m. Wednesday.

When crews arrived, they found heavy smoke coming from the attic of the home.  A fire was found in the rear interior of the home. 

Crews quickly knocked down the fire. 

No one was home at the time the blaze broke out, however two dogs were rescued from inside of the home. 

The dogs were given O2 on scene, and taken to a local vet. 

Twenty firefighters responded to the call and remained on scene for over two hours. No one was injured. 

The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Fire Marshal’s Office. 

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