Joplin fire fighters respond to nearly 40 calls Wednesday, one of which required EMS to resuscitate a dog.
The Joplin Fire Department’s “A” shift responded to 37 incidents yesterday, including two working structure fires.
This is from a fire that’s under investigation for arson on Galena Avenue.
METS responded to the fire and worked to resuscitate a dog that was found on the kitchen floor.
The animal is now with a local vet recovering.
This house fire happened just after 10 last night.
Six apparatus’ were called for a two story house with fire coming from the front door and windows. Residents nearby say no one lived in the home.
The cause of both fires are under investigation.