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Nevada firefighters revive two puppies trapped in burning building

Eric Pfeiffer
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Two recently revived puppies get back to work (North Las Vegas Fire Department)

Firefighters in North Las Vegas responding on Tuesday to a large house fire also ended up breathing life back into two puppies.

The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that after putting out the blaze, firefighters searched the single-family home and found two unresponsive young canines.

Crews on the scene successfully performed CPR on the puppies as a crowd of onlookers reportedly cheered them on. Amazingly, the dogs were then seen running around the scene while the firefighters finished their duties.

Unfortunately the six adults and six children who lived in the home have been temporarily displaced, as the house was classified as a “complete loss” that was started by an accidental kitchen fire.

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A firefighter works to revive a puppy rescued from a house fire (North Las Vegas Fire Department)



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Firefighters provide oxygen to two puppies rescued from a house fire (North Las Vegas Fire Department)

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