UPDATE: One cat dead after house fire in SE Rochester
(ABC 6 News) – The Rochester Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the southeastern part of town near Mayo High School.
UPDATE: The Rochester Fire Department got a cat out from the house, but was unable to revive it.
The Rochester Fire Department said they got the call around 9:48 p.m. Sunday night.
Two adults and a dog live in the home, according to RFD.
Officials said they were able to get out of the home before the fire started.
No one was injured.
RFD said the fire started in the basement and is currently burning through the floors and it will take hours to extinguish.
Mayo Ambulance, Rochester Fire, and Rochester Public Utilities all responded to the scene.