Firefighters attempt to resuscitate dog pulled from mobile home fire

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A dog died despite firefighters’ efforts to resuscitate him following a mobile home fire near Cocoa on Wednesday afternoon, fire officials said.

No human occupants of the mobile home were injured, firefighters said.

Brevard County Fire Department and Cocoa Fire Department responded to a burning mobile home near the intersection of Kipling Drive and Phillis Way in North Cocoa around 12:36 a.m. Wednesday, officials said.

The fire was “through the roof” and firefighters used three hose nozzles to extinguish the blaze.

Shortly before 1 p.m., the fire had been brought under control, firefighters said.

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Firefighters pulled a dog from the building and attempted to resuscitate it, firefighters said. Despite their efforts, the dog did not survive.

Finch Walker is a FLORIDA TODAY Breaking News reporter. Contact Walker at 321-290-4744 or [email protected]. Twitter: @_finchwalker

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