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Firefighters never know exactly what they'll find when they roll out on a -- but trailer fires are notoriously that's -- -- in Macedonia firefighters were dispatched to a trailer home on north Bedford road Tuesday afternoon.
They moved quickly -- and five minutes later captain Brian Ripley says the English to the flames and began searching for victims.
The owners weren't home but their pet more.
Two cats in a bird were discovered ceased but then.
In other cat that was breathing but on -- They pulled -- from the structure and put their paramedic skills to work.
They've seen many animals.
A life is a life to a firefighter.
Right away they used this special equipment from the Northfield fire department.
Designed to administer oxygen to cats and dogs -- Then they -- the cat in a rescue squad to the Macedonian -- clinic to be treated for smoke inhalation.
Then they moved it to a 24 hour facility emergency vet clinic and Bedford Heights for monitoring.
They expected and hoped for to make a full recovery.
Which means a lot to the Stanley who lost everything in the prior.
They're devastated with what the events of yesterday but they're happy that they have some of their animals to hope hope for them.
-- he says.
They're -- to for these firefighters who risk their lives each day for the people and pets and their community.
It's very important to citizens.
And families you don't in this country -- -- -- parts of her family and then we can save them to bring comfort to them and it brings comfort to us as firefighters were able to write -- comfort to our citizens.
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