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Sheboygan firefighters rescue pets after home catches fire, causes $75,000 in damages

Sheboygan firefighters responded to a house fire Monday night
Sheboygan firefighters responded to a house fire Monday night

SHEBOYGAN — A fire causes $75,000 in damages on Sheboygan’s east side Monday night.

At approximately 11:45 PM on Monday, April 18th, the Sheboygan Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire in the 400 block of Niagara Avenue. Firefighters arrived on the scene in four minutes and found heavy flames coming through the roof of the home according to Battalion Chief Jamon Ingelse. Firefighters entered the second floor of the home with hose lines to locate and extinguish the fire. Firefighters rescued pets inside the home and reunited them with the owner unharmed.

Three residents were displaced and are being assisted by the American Red Cross. No injuries were reported, and the fire is still under investigation.

To help of the victims, you are encouraged to donate via GoFundMe.