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REDMOND, OR -- A southwest Redmond home was heavily damaged by a Monday afternoon fire that killed several pets. Fire crews arrived at the home, near 37th and Reindeer, just after 4 p.m., and found fire and smoke pouring from a second floor window. 

 

Police helped get residents out, along with a dog and cat; firefighters rescued a rabbit, but several ferrets and a rat succumbed to smoke inhalation. A second cat has not been found. The residents were later taken to the hospital for evaluation.


The blaze caused about $100,000 in damage; its cause remains under investigation. The Red Cross is helping the three adults displaced by the fire. 

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