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Amid raging house fire and exploding bullets, firefighters rescue baby kitten from blaze

The resident escaped and was taken to the hospital for treatment. But their kitten was still missing inside.

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Firefighters in Savannah, Georgia, were able to rescue a kitten from a recent house fire.

The Savannah Fire Department was dispatched to the 2100 block of Brentwood Drive at 1:40 a.m. Tuesday.

    A resident, burned in the blaze, escaped the fire and was taken to the hospital for treatment. But their kitten was still missing inside the home.

    Firefighters were able to find the kitten and get it out safely.

    According to firefighters, bullets were exploding inside the fire, which impacted how they were able to extinguish it.

    Power to the home had to be cut and the resident has been displaced. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.