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Pit Bull Who Died In House Fire Is Brought Back To Life By Hero Firefighters

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Molly is perhaps the very definition of “lucky dog.” Firefighters in Charlotte, North Carolina responded to a house fire, and she had to be taken out of the house by first responders. When they brought her out to the front yard, she was completely unresponsive, but thanks to the tireless efforts of the rescue crew, she was revived!

Johnique Peay is Molly’s human mom and lived at the property that caught fire. She was lucky enough to get herself out in time, and that it was only her and Molly in the house at the time in the first place. When she became aware of the fire even happening, which was around 4:45pm on Tuesday, she was already cut off from being able to rescue Molly, so all she could do was hope for the best when rescue crews arrived.

“You could just see and it was like, ‘oh my God,’” said Peay. “The only thing I could think about was the dog. When they brought her out she was basically gone. “Until they brought her back and gave her oxygen. So I’m very happy that she’s okay now.”

 

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