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Pets expected to recover after Newton Twp. fire

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NEWTON TWP, Ohio -

Fire officials say they expect a full recovery for family pets that were rushed to an animal hospital after a fire broke out at a home in Newton Township Thursday morning.

Two of the dogs found in the burning home on the 4900 block of Scott Street SW were unconscious.

Another dog and a cat found later were also taken for veterinary treatment.

The fire was reported by a passer-by who spotted smoke coming from the roof of the home shortly before 9:30 am.

Although it appears that the fire broke out in the kitchen, the Trumbull County Fire Investigation Unit and the State Fire Marshall has been called in to find the cause.

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