Dog rescued as investigation launched into Ingol flat fire

Posted on - 25th October, 2017 - 8:26am | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Ingol, Preston News
Beachley Road Pic: Google
Beachley Road Pic: Google

A dog was rescued from a fire at a flat in Ingol during Tuesday evening.


Two fire crews from Preston Fire Station were scrambled to the fire in Beachley Road, off Barry Avenue.

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said the cause of the fire is unknown and an investigation has been launched.

Firefighters rescued a dog from the fire in the ground floor flat.

Four firefighters entered the building to retrieve the dog who is now understood to be safe and well.

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The fire took place around 6.30pm on Tuesday (24 October).

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