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Off-duty firefighter suffers minor burns during rescue of trapped dog

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An off-duty firefighter, who happened to be driving around a neighborhood, ran into a burning home to rescue a dog on Sunday afternoon.

According to AZ Family, the firefighter saw smoke coming from the home, called 911, and then ran into the home to make sure everyone was out safely.

The family was out, but the dog was left alone as the flames crept closer to him.

The firefighter grabbed the dog and ran out of the house.

He suffered minor burns, but both he and the dog are doing fine.

No other firefighters were injured battling the blaze.

Firefighters were also able to contain the fire and keep it from spreading to nearby homes.

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