A late-night call for the City of Poughkeepsie firefighters turned into a mission to save 4 animals.

E-Bike Catches Fire in City of Poughkeepsie Home

Late Monday night, July 8th, 2024, firefighters in the City of Poughkeepsie were dispatched to a call at a residence on Whinfield Street. According to the report, smoke was coming out of the home.

City of Poughkeepsie firefighter and photographer Bill Johnson explains in a social media post that the number of people inside the home was unknown at the time of arrival. Johnson writes that firefighters "forced entry and found a burning E-Bike in the kitchen of the residence and heavy smoke throughout."

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The firefighters worked quickly to put out the E-Bike and then dragged it outside of the residence.

Firefighters Find Unconcious Dog in Smoke-Filled Poughkeepsie, NY Home

While one crew was working on the E-Bike, another crew of firefighters was checking the Poughkeepsie New York home for any occupants inside.

Thankfully, no people were found inside. However, firefighters came across an unconscious dog, 2 ferrets, and another dog.

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Firefighters worked quickly, providing lifesaving actions to the unconscious pup. After a short time the dog, named Nala, began to regain consciousness. Johnson reports that Nala "was clearly happy to see her owners when they returned home."

You can see more of Bill Johnson's photos of the scene on his website at FDPhotounit.com

Remember When Newburgh Firefighters Saved a Dog Stuck on The Hudson?

There have been some heroic saves from local firefighters over the years when it comes to humans, but also when it comes to our four-legged friends as well.

Take a look at some of the other big saves local firefighters have made when it comes to man's best friend below:

City of Newburgh Firefighters Save Dog on Frozen Hudson River

Lilly, the dog needed a little help from Truck 1 and the City of Newburgh Fire Department back on February 11th. Thankfully, she was returned to her owners without injury. Round of ap-PAWS for the City of Newburgh Fire Department for their quick response and heroic efforts.

Gallery Credit: Timothy Dexter

Dog Rescued After Being Trapped in Rocky Crevice at Minnewaska

A 12-year-old dog named Liza was rescued after being trapped in a rocky crevice at Minnewaska for 5 days.

Firefighter Rescue Man Trapped in New York Mine

Brewster Fire Department

Gallery Credit: CJ

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