Firefighters in St. Louis rescue 10 newborn puppies from house fire

On Friday, the St. Louis Fire Department rescued ten puppies from a house fire in the northern section of the city. Firefighters responded to a call about a house on fire on the 4500 block of Martin Luther King Drive. Ten people were displaced from their home.

Firefighters provided life saving care to the puppies.

“Sometimes the rewards of this job are instantaneous,” the firemen tweeted.

https://www.facebook.com/StLouisFireDepartment/videos/2612736372159922/

Stop by the St. Louis Fire Department’s Facebook page and give them a round of applause. I’m sure they will appreciate it – these brave men and women are our heroes.

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