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Dog saves family from fully involved house fire

The fire at a small house on Owens Road destroyed the house, but all 3 residents made it out safely. The fire at a small house on Owens Road destroyed the house, but all 3 residents made it out safely.
The family dog saved its owners' lives in a morning house fire on Jimmy Williams Road. The family dog saved its owners' lives in a morning house fire on Jimmy Williams Road.
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Our crew was on the scene of two house fires on Wednesday morning.

The first fire occurred at a house trailer on Jimmy Williams Road. The flames broke out at around 4:45 a.m.

Investigators tell us that the homeowner says the dog woke them up with smoke infiltrating the house.

The homeowner says the furnace was on fire. We are told that everyone got out safely.

 

Officials are also investigating another early morning fire that destroyed a small house.

A small house on Owens Road caught fire between 6:15 and 6:30 a.m. We are told that 3 people lived in the house and that they all got out safely.

The Fire Marshal is on the scene and the investigation is ongoing. 

 

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