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UPDATE: House Fire In Spokane Valley Kills Family Dog

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UPDATE: KHQ's Lindsay Nadrich has confirmed with fire officials that the family of five got out safely after the blaze. The family dog passed away. The adults were treated for minor smoke inhalation. There's roughly $75,000 in damage. It's still not clear what caused the fire, we'll post more details when we get them.

KHQ.COM - Firefighters in Spokane Valley are attacking a house fire at E. Springfield Ave. and N. Pierce Rd. We'll post more details when we get them.
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