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Dogs’ best friends

First responders were recognized Monday afternoon by PETA for their successful efforts to save two dogs trapped in a burning Gloucester County home last week. Firefighters and sheriff’s deputies who responded to the scene were presented with PETA’s Compassionate Fire Department Award at the Abingdon Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad’s station on Hayes Road. When firefighters arrived at the fire of a home in Ordinary on March 20, the human residents weren’t there, but firefighters acted quickly to find one cat and two dogs. Although the crew was unable to save the cat, medics administered oxygen to resuscitate the dogs. “This family could have lost absolutely everything in this fire, but thanks to Abingdon Volunteer Fire and Rescue, they were reunited with their beloved dogs,” said PETA vice president Colleen O’Brien. Shown, from left, are homeowner Tiffany Chevalier with Daisy who was rescued from the fire, AVFRS paramedic Tyson Sproloic, AVFRS f...

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