By Staff

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Engine 25 of the San Antonio Fire Department returned to a burned out apartment complex where the roof had collapsed to find a dog hiding inside a third floor apartment.

A woman heard the dog barking and called firefighters to return to the site of the 2-Alarm fire they had put out earlier.

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Firefighters said the closet with the door closed he was hiding in was the “only survivable space in that unit.”

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They described the dog’s survival, given the major fire damage along with a structural collapse as — “amazing!”

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(credit: San Antonio Fire Dept.)