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FDNY saves puppies in Queens burning building
FLUSHING (WABC) -- A puppy in peril got a second chance at life thanks to the quick action of firefighters in Queens.
Several puppies were found on Tuesday inside a burning building on Parsons Boulevard in Flushing.
Firefighters rescued several of the puppies including a 2-month old pitbull terrier.
Her fur was singed by the fire and she suffered smoke inhalation, but she is expected to survive.
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