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Two dogs rescued from apartment building fire in Prince George's County

Firefighters rescue two dogs from the two-story building fire.
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Firefighters rescue two dogs from the building.

A fire did heavy damage to a two-story apartment building in the 11200 block of Evans Trail in Beltsville, Maryland, on Sunday night.

Two dogs were rescued from the building and EMS members were taking care of them until their owners could be located.

There were also no injuries reported to residents or firefighters.

Fire crews from Prince George's County arrived on the scene at 8:30 p.m. to find heavy fire coming from the rear of the building.

Firefighters had to deal with flames on both the first and second floors of the building, according to Tweets from the Prince George's County Fire Department.

Firefighters from Montgomery County and the Burtonsville VFD provided mutual aid to Prince George's County in fighting the fire.

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