Puppies rescued from auto body shop fire in Compton

A puppy rests after being rescued from a fire at an auto body shop in Compton on Saturday, June 27, 2015. (LoudLabs)

Seven puppies and their mother and father were rescued Saturday after a fire broke out at an auto body shop in Compton.

The fire was reported shortly before 8 a.m. at Manila Body Shop in the 200 block of North Bowen Avenue. Firefighters found live wires down and a car on fire.

Firefighters knocked down the flames in about an hour.

One dog was killed, but the cause of death was unknown. The body shop did not suffer any structural damage.
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