Six Dogs Make San Francisco Fire More Difficult for Firefighters

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San Francisco firefighters battled a three-alarm fire Monday morning and said that two people suffered minor injuries in a fire that was hard to put out because of all the junk in the garage and six pit bulls in the back yard, reports NBC Bay Area (

An older man was inside the home in the 1100 block of Plymouth Avenue and wasn’t hurt too badly when the fire was reported at 8:55 a.m., although his exact injuries weren’t disclosed, according to Fire Lt. Mindy Talmadge. Video at the scene showed the man alert and conscious when he was wheeled to an ambulance. A second person tripped over a hose, firefighter said.

Talmadge said the fire was “extremely bad for the crews,” especially because the garage was thick with smoke and garbage, which made access inside the house difficult.

In addition, six pit bulls were in the back yard, and their condition was not immediately made clear.

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