Santa Ana: Residents & Pets Escape House Fire

08.11.2022 | 1:48 AM | SANTA ANA – Three residents and their pets, including two dogs and one rabbit, escaped a early morning house fire, early Thursday morning.

The blaze was reported at a single-story home in the 1100 block of South Ross Street, near West Russell Avenue, around 1:48 AM.

When crews arrived on scene they located light smoke emanating from the front door and made entry into the home where they discovered a fire in the kitchen, according to radio reports.

Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire, rescuing a pet rabbit in the process.

Two minors and one adult along with two dogs and one pet rabbit were displaced as a result of the fire and being assisted by the American Red Cross.

No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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