HUTCHINSON, Kan. (KWCH) Two dogs had been rescued from an early-morning house fire in Hutchinson.
Firefighters responded simply after 5:30 a.m. for a construction fire at a house within the 400 block of West sixth Avenue.
When crews arrived, they discovered flames coming from a window and door on the entrance of the house.
“Crews were told that two dogs and a woman were unaccounted for,” stated Fire Chief Steven R. Beer. “Crews performed an aggressive fire attack along with search and rescue efforts in order to quickly locate a potential victim.”
Fire crews had been in a position to rescue the 2 dogs. The major search revealed nobody was inside the house.
Firefighters had been in a position to deliver the fire underneath management shortly, however not earlier than it did intensive harm to the construction.
Investigators are working to find out the reason for the fire.