#Update #workingfire Baron Rd. Fire is out at this time, numerous animals perished in the fire. The homeowner was sleeping in the upstairs bedroom when he was awakened by his peacocks. He was able to save a few of the animals that were inside. pic.twitter.com/xxAxR12Q64— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) February 4, 2019
#PHOTOS Baron Rd #workingfire neighbors called 911 as the homeowner, and @WildlifeOrlando founder, tried to save his animals. Yoshi was the only one of four dogs to make it out. pic.twitter.com/R61AVPNPCi— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) February 4, 2019
#Photos Baron Rd. #fire @RedCross Disaster Action Team assisting displaced fire victim; cause & origin will be determined by Florida Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations. pic.twitter.com/fFezIrT1dN— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) February 4, 2019
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