New Jersey State Troopers Rescue a Dog from a house Fire

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Troopers from the Tuckerton Post of the New Jersey State Police were able to rescue a dog from a fire over the weekend. Late Saturday afternoon, troopers were alerted to a fire on Route 9 at Route 9 in Eagleswood Township. Troopers Thomas Rende and Ryan Labriola were able to save a dog, named Daisy Anchor. Here’s the story from a State Police News Release: When the troops arrived, the rear of the building was already in flames, however they noticed that there was a residential portion of the structure that was not yet fully engulfed . The two troopers immediately entered the residence and found the owner’s dog, Daisy. They were able to save Daisy, an electric guitar, and two amplifiers before flames began to come through the windows as they exited. As you can see in the pics, Daisy is one adorable pooch, and the fire all but destroyed the business. Although the business owner suffered a tremendous loss, luckily no person or animal was seriously injured as a result of the fire.

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