PHOENIX - Four dogs were killed when the home they were living in went up in flames Wednesday night.
Jonathan Jacobs with the Phoenix Fire Department said the fire broke out around 5:25 p.m. in the garage of the home near 37th Avenue and Thunderbird Road.
Jacobs said neighbors saw smoke coming from the back of the home and called for help.
When firefighters arrived, the home was engulfed in flames.
Authorities said there were six dogs in the home, only two got out alive. The two dogs that survived were taken to a local veterinarian for treatment. Their condition is unknown at this time.
Firefighters are still investigating the cause of the fire, but believe it started in the garage and spread to the attic.
Crews said the homeowners were able to make it out of the home safely.
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