Women Break Into Burning Seattle Home To Rescue Dogs
SEATTLE -- Two dogs are safe Monday morning after two women broke into a burning house.
Karen and Kimberly Swenson-Jacobs were driving down Martin Luther King Way South near East Pine Street when they saw the home on fire. They broke into the home and saved the Staffordshire Terriers.
"It doesn't seem real," Kim told Central District News of the ordeal. "I am not an impulsive person; I am a very logical person."
She added that, "I would do it again in a second."
No word yet on what caused the fire.
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Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Women Break Into Burning Seattle Home To Rescue Dogs - News Story - KIRO Seattle Video on site
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