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Report: 2 Dogs Saved From Garage Fire

Tinley Park firefighters rescued two pit bulls who had inhaled smoke from a garage fire on Ethyl Avenue, Sun-Times Media reports.

Fire crews rescued two pit bulls Wednesday from an afternoon fire that broke out in a garage on in the 9300 block of Ethyl Lane, according to a Sun-Times Media report.

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No one was hurt, but the garage, a car inside and a nearby house were damaged, the report stated, adding that the fire was extinguished in 10 to 15 minutes.

Firefighters used "snout-sized" oxygen masks the Tinley Park Fire Department bought 10 years ago to resuscitate the dogs, the report stated.

 

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Landmark Flooring November 29, 2012 at 12:13 PM
Nice job guys!
Jacke November 29, 2012 at 01:05 PM
NICE!!..there are oxygen mask's for pet's...and is anyone wondering about 2 pitbull's in a garage..hope the garage is heated and hope they are taken care of..but why have dog's if you have to keep them in a garage I am not judging maybe the owner's ran out for a momemnt and at least they were not out in the yard alone..and another thought maybe neighbor's or someone don't like the dog's!! (just my thought's-don't mean any harm)...
So There November 29, 2012 at 01:50 PM
I agree Jacke, could be a logical reason BUT if these dogs are their pets they should be in the house!
mr.joe November 29, 2012 at 01:55 PM
just wondering arent pit bulls dangerous dogs. the kind that attack you when you least expect it?. i know some cities band those type of dogs.
Brenda November 29, 2012 at 02:51 PM
Mr. Joe that is a stereotype, it is all about how the dog is raised. We have two pits who our children, 8, 6 and 1 climb on, get dog kisses and sleep with our kids. They are probably the most loyal and sweetest dog we have ever had in the family. My child was attacked by a lab a few years back that are supposed to be "great family pets" but the owners did not care for him, they abused him and this is what leads to mean animals! Our one pit we rescued as a 7 month old pup from a pit home that was breeding dogs to fight, she was never out of a cage. She is the absolute sweetest dog!! She has hip problems from being kept in the cage the first 7 months of her life but has never growled, bit or attacked anyone. Unless you consider too many puppy dog kisses attacking! We love our pits and support the continuing education on the breed!!! Bad owners make bad pets, in almost all cases, there are those few of all breeds that attack for no rhyme or reason but don't stereotype these amazing dogs! Hopefully The Patch will get some photos of these brave pits that TPFD saved! And yes, I do wonder, why are they in a closed garage.....Hmmm. Hope it was either a heated garage, was anyone home in the house that had the garage fire?
Joe Vince (Editor) November 30, 2012 at 08:07 PM
@brian: Your comment was deleted because of language, but I would encourage you to repost it without the swear words. Thanks! Joe Vince Local Editor, Tinley Park P.S.: I hope your dogs are doing well, and I'm glad no one was hurt in the fire.

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