Woodland, WA (May 19, 2022)- Firefighters extinguished a fire that broke out in the kitchen of a home in Woodland Wednesday afternoon.
Firefighters were also able to rescue three pets trapped in the inferno.
The fire started on a stovetop before spreading to cabinets and an adjacent living room in the house.
Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue arrived at the scene of the fire at 766 Hoffman St. Engine 29 around 2:14 p.m., six minutes after they were dispatched, officials said.
Firefighters stayed on the scene until 3:35 p.m. overhauling the kitchen and living room after putting out the fire.
No occupant was injured or killed in the fire incident, officials said.
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