One Pet Dies After Merritt Island House Fire, Other Pets Revived With Donated Pet Masks

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fire broke out in the living room and seven people escaped unhurt

Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a residential structure fire early Saturday morning in the 1700 block of North Merrimac Drive. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a residential structure fire early Saturday morning in the 1700 block of North Merrimac Drive.

According to Brevard County Fire Rescue, the fire broke out in the living room and seven people escaped unhurt.

Unfortunately, one pet was killed during the incident, but another pet was revived and several others made it out and were revived with pet masks that were donated recently to BCFR by Invisible Fence.

The Red Cross was called to assist those who were displaced by the fire.

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Pets were saved due to the donation of 174 Pet Masks like the one pictured above to be used by the rescue crews to treat furry family members suffering from smoke inhalation during a fire event.
Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a residential structure fire early Saturday morning in the 1700 block of North Merrimac Drive. (BCFR image)
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