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Dog meets firefighters who pulled her from burning house

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City of Gladstone, Fire/EMS/KCTV
City of Gladstone

By Jackson Hicks

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    GLADSTONE, Missouri (KCTV) — One lucky pup is wagging her tail after being saved from a burning house.

Last week, fire crews were called to the 6700 of North Askew in Gladstone. At the scene, they found a two-story home with heavy smoke and fire inside. As crews searched the residence, they located a dog inside the home that was unresponsive.

Thanks to the crew, life-saving measures were initiated and the dog was able to regain consciousness before being transported to the vet.

On Friday, the crew who saved that dog was rewarded with hugs and wet nose kisses.

Cali, the dog who was saved, visited her rescuers at Station 1 in Gladstone. She has recovered and got to thank the first responders who were able to save her.

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