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Dog dies in Tampa house fire

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A blaze at a Tampa home killed a dog and left the residence with significant damage. Tampa Fire Rescue photo A blaze at a Tampa home killed a dog and left the residence with significant damage. Tampa Fire Rescue photo
A blaze at a Tampa home killed a dog and left the residence with significant damage. Tampa Fire Rescue photo A blaze at a Tampa home killed a dog and left the residence with significant damage. Tampa Fire Rescue photo
TAMPA, FL (WFLA) - A blaze at a Tampa home killed a dog and left the residence with significant damage.

A Tampa Fire Rescue spokesperson says the dog was the only occupant in the home which is located in the 3600 block N. Dartmouth Avenue.

Firefighters got the call just before midnight Friday. Flames and smoke were coming from the home when firefighters arrived.

Related: Woman hospitalized, 2 dogs dead in Clearwater apartment fire

It took about 20 minutes to get the fire under control.

No one was injured battling the blaze. 30 firefighters from Robles Park, Downtown, West Tampa, and Ybor City responded to the fire.

No information was released about what may have caused the blaze.

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