Young People Break Down Door at Fire to Save nearly 10 Animals in Cornwall Ontario

Young People Break Down Door at Fire to Save nearly 10 Animals in Cornwall Ontario

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Pictured from Right to Left:  Kim, Megan, Tyler, Calvin, and Rob.

CORNWALL OntarioFire struck 233 Carleton Friday, but if not for the bravery of a few young people tragedy could have struck even deeper than it has to the occupants of the apartment building who are now left homeless.

Kimberly McDonald (far right) is organizing a fund raiser for the occupants who have been left homeless.    Ryan, far left, who didn’t live in the building, heard the cries of a litter of five puppies and bravely broke down the doors and rescued the animals.  One dog perished in the blaze, but all the others survived!

Ms McDonald has also organized a facebook page to help assist those left homeless.   LINK

We had to get the animals out!

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Burnt appliances from unit that fire started in.

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Fire Inspector Cliff Crites was attending when CFN showed up.

Renter’s insurance is usually less than $40 per month.   In tragedies like this it’s critical for emergency care, temporary housing, and of course replacing lost and damaged items.

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