CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) - Cleveland firefighters were called to a house fire Monday morning.
The initial calls went out just before 8 a.m. in the 3600 block of East 113th Street.
#CLEFIREONSCENE Well-involved occupied House Fire E.113 & Clarebird in 5th Battalion. Occupants reported safely out. No injuries. Crews checking for extension. Fire under control. pic.twitter.com/lBbVwcHJNk
— ClevelandFire (@ClevelandFire) January 13, 2020
Firefighters initially said no one was hurt, but later said two people were transported and their dog was killed in the fire.
A woman who lived in the home climbed to the roof when the fire broke out, and then climbed down with the help of a neighbor.
A man inside the house was able to come out the front door.
Lt. Mike Norman told FOX 8 News the cause of the fire was determined to be a space heater by a couch on the first floor.
Stay with FOX 8 as this story develops.