Mich. Police Saves Family Dog as Flames Tear Through 2-Story Home

May 20, 2024
South Haven police officers entered a house as a fire raged through the structure's second floor and rescued a family's dog still inside the residence.

SOUTH HAVEN, MI – South Haven police rescued a family’s dog as flames broke through a second-floor window.

The fire was reported around 10:35 a.m. Sunday, May 20, in the 600 block of North Shore Drive, south of Baseline Road.

Firefighters from South Haven Area Emergency Services (SHAES) found flames coming from a second-floor window upon arrival. No one was home when the fire was reported.

South Haven police entered the house and rescued the family’s dog.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Firefighters from Bangor and townships of Covert and Ganges provided mutual assistance at the fire scene.


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