GRANT-VALKARIA, Fla. – A residential fire in the town of Grant-Valkaria on Sunday afternoon was quickly put out by Brevard County and Palm Bay firefighters, who also rescued a ferret, officials said.
Crews arrived at the 4000 block of Cook Avenue to find the fire already well in progress, according to Brevard County Fire Rescue.
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A ferret, which was not identified, was rescued from the home and given supplemental oxygen via a pet mask, firefighters said.
No injuries were reported in the fire, officials said.
#BCFR, with the assistance of @PBFR responded to the 4000 blk Cook Av, #GrantValkaria this afternoon for a residential #StructureFire. The first due unit was met with a working fire which was quickly extinguished. The ferret was rescued and given O2 via a pet mask. No injuries. pic.twitter.com/7Y4lbHAVQo— BCFRpio (@BCFRpio) February 20, 2022