Dog rescued from burning building

A women and her dog, who was rescued from a three-story building that caught fire in the 800 block of west 33rd Street, are reunited after a man ran into the building to retrieve the dog. (Antonio Perez, Chicago Tribune / January 28, 2013)

A dog was pulled out of a three-story Bridgeport neighborhood building after it caught fire this afternoon.

Firefighters were called to the brick three-flat style building in the 800 block of West 33rd Street about 2:15 p.m., but no people were injured, said Chicago Fire Department spokeswoman Meg Ahlheim.

Firefighters were finishing their work when a man was able to run into the building and bring the dog out, apparently unharmed, and reunite it with its owner.
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