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Medford, OR. -- Medford Fire-Rescue says a house fire was caused from a large bean bag chair stored next to an electric wall heater in a bedroom.
Fire crews say the house fire happened early Monday evening on Winter Nell. They say the home owners reported the fire. Crews say when they got there the single-family home had light smoke showing. Crews say after ensuring all occupants were safe they extinguished the fire. They say the fire was contained to a bedroom.
Fire crews say a family dog ran back inside the house as firefighters prepared to attack the fire. They say the dog was found safe in his kennel and returned to the family outside.
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