SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Sevier County fire crews were on the scene of a house fire Tuesday from which a dog was rescued.
According to the Sevier County Fire Department, crews responded to a working house fire Tuesday morning in the area of Zion Hill Road. Crews arrived on the scene to find the structure 50% involved.
With no hydrants close by, a water shuttle operation was established and crews extinguished the fire. SCFD says there were no injuries to civilians or fire service personnel. A dog was rescued off the back porch.
“A huge thank you to our mutual aid from Seymour Fire and Walden’s Creek Fire,” SCFD said in a post about the incident.
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