Milwaukee Fire Department responds to 4 fires in 24 hours

The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to four separate residential fires within 24 hours Friday through Saturday, January 22.

Several residents were relocated, officials said. In one incident, a family’s dog died due to smoke inhalation.

Scene near 13th and Ohio ( )

13th and Ohio

The teams were called to a house just before noon on Friday January 21. A firefighter injured his shoulder while battling the blaze. The Red Cross has been called to help four displaced adults and two children.

32nd and Bobolink

Around 9 a.m. on Saturday January 22, teams were called to the house and found a person on a second-story porch who needed to be rescued.

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9th and Center

A violent attic fire broke out on Saturday morning January 22. No occupants or firefighters were injured, according to MFD. The Red Cross has been called to help three displaced adults and one child. The fire is under investigation.

29th and State

Crews were called to a fire at a three-story house around 11.30am on Saturday January 22. Two adults were outside when the teams arrived and no injuries were reported.

A dog was abducted and treated by the MFD paramedic unit but succumbed to smoke inhalation. The fire is being investigated by MFD and MPD arson investigators.

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