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LCFR firefighter Phillip Pegram uses CPR and a pet oxygen mask to resuscitate a dog suffering from smoke inhalation.
K-9 Rescue

A suspicious fire destroyed a home in southeast Lancaster Tuesday, but firefighters were able to resuscitate a pet dog that had been overcome by smoke inside.
Firefighters were dispatched to 2134 Barnett St. about 12:10 p.m. They found flames already burning through the back of a small mobile home.
Lancaster County Fire Marshal Stephen Blackwelder said firefighters doused the flames within minutes, but extensive damage left the home uninhabitable.
Blackwelder said the fire was being investigated by the sheriff’s office as suspicious.