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Neighbors rescued two family dogs from a fire at a north Topeka home.
Firefighters were called to the home at 1201 north Central Street around 5:00pm Friday.
When they arrived they found that a fire had broken out in the kitchen.
Neighbors who had arrived ahead of emergency crews helped to get the dogs out.
The home’s owners were not home.
A firefighter had to be treated for a minor burn.
Investigators say a malfunctioning oven is to blamed and caused about $30,000 in damage..