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Dog starts house fire in Essex by turning on microwave

BBC News Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
The husky's owner was not in but was alerted by a camera feed to their mobile phone.
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ESSEX, UNITED KINGDOM — A dog in England inadvertently started a house fire after he turned on the microwave. According to the BBC, the husky had been left alone inside a house in Essex when he switched on the appliance, which was on a kitchen counter. This wouldn't be a problem if there was...

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