Pet frog rescued from North Texas residential fire
Posted on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 at 3:28 pm
Fort Worth fire crews reportedly rescued a pet frog from a fire that severely damaged a house in North Texas, an article of The Republic reported on September 24.
According to reports, fire crews on the night of September 23 responded to a fire that broke out in a house in Westworth Village. Officials stated that damages were estimated to total over $60,000. No one was home but the pet frog, who was handed over, unharmed, to his owner identified as Jamie Wilson. Authorities are determining the cause of the fire.
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