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Dog saved from a fire

June 21, 2004

Valdosta - A dog was rescued thanks to the help of a passing motorist.

The motorist passing the trailer located at 6393 Beaty Mill Creek Road noticed smoke coming from the double wide. He stopped to tell a neighbor.

John Anderson who was cutting his grass ran over the trailer and tried to put out the fire. That's when he heard the trapped dog barking.

"I busted the bottom window out and seen the entertainment center on the inside. Ten busted the top window out and pushed it over. The dog come running up on the back of it and we got the dog out," said John Andersdon

Firefighters think the home is a total loss and they are not sure what caused the fire.

Posted at 5:30PM by Armen.Jeknavorian@walb.com

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