The Sedalia Fire Department responded to a house fire on East 7th Street this morning.

According to a post on the Sedalia Fire Department Facebook page. Fire crews had the fire extinguished about 11:20 AM CST and were beginning their investigation.

One dog and one cat perished in the fire, and one dog was doing better when the crews cleared the scene but no more information is available on that dog. There were no injuries to the home's occupants or Sedalia Fire Fighters.

UPDATE: Fire crews have cleared the scene. No injuries to firefighters or occupants. Unfortunately, one dog and one cat perished in the fire and one dog was doing better when crews cleared but no update as to his status. "I edited the pictures as I was not aware of the animal present in them. the dog that was in the pictures did survive but he was removed from the pictures."

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