Fire officials work to rescue dog in house fire

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire tears through a Northwest Oklahoma City house as a dog cries to be rescued.

Firefighters said they believe a dog died in a house fire that broke out just after 9 p.m. Tuesday.

The house was located in the 1600 block of Gray Fox Run.

No one was home at the time of the fire.

The father of the homeowner tried to help and tripped in the yard.

He was treated by medics on the scene.

Neighbors said they heard the dog crying for help in the house.

The dog may have been crated.

Officials said the fire looks to have started in the attic.

They said 80 percent of the home is damaged and the cause is under investigation.

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