Dogs rescued out of structure fire in Ogden, officials say

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OGDEN — Two dogs were rescued out of the basement of an Ogden home that caught fire Monday evening.

Fire crews responded to 1122 Collins Blvd. on a report of a structure fire, according to tweets from Ogden Fire Department.

All occupants were out of the home and the flames were located and contained to a bedroom.

The blaze was controlled within minutes.

Two dogs were found in the basement of home during a search of the house and are doing well, according to a tweet.

One occupant was displaced and is staying with family.

There were no injuries reported. Cost of damage is estimated to be $5,000.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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