An estimated 100 animals died when an overnight fire filled an Indianapolis pet store with thick smoke and deadly gases, killing dozens of animals in their cages, fire officials said.
Overnight fire kills 100 animals at Uncle Bills Pet Center in Indianapolis
An overnight fire kills dozens of animals in their cages.now investigators are trying to figure out what caused it.
Logan gay talked with customers who just learned about the fire today.
Fire crews are calling what happened here at uncle bill's pet center a horrible tragedy.this was the scene last night at uncle bill's pet center.juan casella watched as fire fighters worked as fast as they could to gain access to an attack fire at uncle bill's pet center.juan casella/lives next to pet storei also saw a lot of smoke coming out of the roof.
A lot of police and fire departments coming herebut what casella witnessed on the outside didn't compare to what fire crews saw on the inside.
100 animals trapped in their cages dead from smoke inhalation.of those animals 40 were dogs and 25 were parakeets, rabbits and other animals.the survivors included multiple reptiles, fish, a guinea pig and an office cat .
It's dark in there.you can smell a burning smell in there theodore penn is a regular cusomer here at uncle bill's.
He stopped by to pick up some live mice for his son's snake.
He walked in the store not knowing crews were inside checking out the damage from the fire.he was shocked to find out the news.theodore penn/customerthat's really sad because this is the spot right here now he and many other customers like ashley justice will have to find other stores that can meet their pets needs.