Milwaukee Fire Department responds to 4 fires in 24 hours

The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to four separate residential fires within 24 hours Friday into Saturday, Jan. 22.

Multiple residents have been displaced, officials said. In one incident, a family's dog died due to smoke inhalation.

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Scene near 13th and Ohio

13th and Ohio

Crews were called to a home just before noon Friday, Jan. 21. One firefighter suffered a shoulder injury fighting the blaze. The Red Cross was called to assist four adults and two children who were displaced.

32nd and Bobolink

Around 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan, 22., crews were called to the home and found one person on a second-floor porch who needed to be rescued.

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9th and Center

A heavy attic fire broke out Saturday morning, Jan. 22. No occupants or firefighters were injured, according to MFD. The Red Cross was called to help three adults and one child who were displaced. The fire is under investigation.

29th and State

Crews were called to a fire in a three-story home around 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. Two adults were outside as crews arrived, and no injuries were reported.

A dog was removed and treated by MFD's paramedic unit but succumbed to smoke inhalation. The fire is under investigation by MFD and MPD arson investigators.

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