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Wednesday, August 26, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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NEWFANE — Two dogs made a getaway and no humans were harmed Tuesday night in a fire on Jockey Road.

According to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office, when patrol arrived at the scene of the blaze, 6288 Jockey Road, "the residence had black smoke and flames coming from the second floor on the south side of the residence."

Miller Hose Fire Dept. arrived on scene, led by Chief Gary Snyder, shortly after patrol and extinguished the fire. Olcott Fire Dept. also responded.

A quick-thinking citizen told patrol that no one was home at the time aside from two dogs, which he had let out of the house prior to patrol's arrival.

"There were no people in the residence at the time of the fire, and both dogs were unharmed," according to the report.

The Niagara County Origin and Cause Unit responded and stated nothing appeared to be suspicious at this time. The Red Cross was notified to assist the family, and the value lost in the fire is unknown at report time.



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