Firefighters respond to Santa Rosa fire that critically injured 2 people, killed 2 cats

  • Source: KTVU-TV FOX 2 Oakland
  • Published: 02/12/2024 12:00 AM

VIDEO: Santa Rosa Fire Department responded to a call about a residential fire that left two people critically injured on Friday at about 9:36 p.m. at 816 Aston Avenue in Santa Rosa, Calif. Firefighters arrived within 5 minutes of the 911 call, according to a Sunday press release. Upon arrival, they found a single-story home with smoke and fire visible in several windows and the attic. Three people and three cats were removed from the building. Two of the occupants are in critical condition. One cat was revived at the scene, but the other two died. One unresponsive, female subject was found inside of the building and treated for smoke inhalation. Before firefighters arrived, one other occupant left the home and another was removed by good Samaritans, according to the press release.


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