ENGLEWOOD, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - Four animals inside an Englewood home were rescued Tuesday afternoon when fire broke out at a home.
Englewood Fire Chief Bud Bergman said crews were called to the home around 12:30 p.m. on a report of an attic fire.
When crews arrived at the home on Terracewood Drive, fire was coming out of the roof.
The homeowners weren't home at the time, but four animals were inside. Firefighters were able to get inside and save two dogs and two cats.
Bergman said the home is not livable at this time, but the homeowners should be able to move in after a couple of months.
Firefighters stress the importance of having working smoke detectors inside your home.