Five dogs died and a woman suffered burns in a County Durham kennel fire

Five dogs died and a woman suffered burns in a County Durham kennel fire
 

Five dogs died and a woman suffered burns after a fire at a County Durham kennel .
Firefighters were called to a burning shed next to a house on Low Jobs Hill, near Crook, on Monday at around 11.30am.
Three of the dogs have been named as Max, Mitch and Jackson.
They, along with two others, were killed in the fire, despite a volunteer’s best attempts to save them.
It is understood the woman needs skin grafts for her injuries.
Andy Bruce, group manager at County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service , said: “It was initially reported as a barn fire and then it was ‘persons reported... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 70
Source: Sunday Sun
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