Firefighters perform CPR on dogs rescued from fire
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. (KGO) -- Some firefighters in Sacramento are being called heroes after they used CPR to revive two dogs nearly killed in a fire.
The dogs were trapped in a burning mobile home in Rancho Cordova. When crews found the dogs, they neither of them was breathing.
Rescuers spent more than an hour performing on the dogs until both were revived.
Both were taken to a veterinarian hospital in critical condition.
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