Dogs rescued, "several" others killed in Milwaukee house fire

Several dogs remain unaccounted for.
Posted at 7:12 AM, May 31, 2017
UPDATE 5/31 4:42 p.m. - Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) says seven of ten dogs in this home arrived dead on arrival. Tom Durian will have an update on Live at 5.
The Milwaukee Fire Department says eight dogs were rescued and "several" other dogs died from smoke inhalation in a house fire Tuesday night. 
The fire started at a home located near 102nd Street and Good Hope Road on Milwaukee's north side. 
Fire officials say the four occupants in the house made it out safely and were assisted by the Red Cross.
It is unclear at this time how many pets were in the house. 
The fire remains under investigation. No one was injured and fire officials say the home is not a total loss. 
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