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I LIKE SAYING HELLO, SUNSHINE. CHRISTINE, THANKS. ALL RIGHT. TO LEBANON COUNTY NOW WHERE TWO DOGS ARE SAFE. YOU SEE THOSE HERE? THIS IS ALL THANKS TO THE HELP OF SOME SOUTH LEBANON TOWNSHIP POLICE OFFICERS. THOSE OFFICERS RAN INTO A BURNING HOME FILLED WITH SMOKE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. NOW, NO WAS IN THE HOME, BUT THEY DID. THESE TWO DOGS. OFFICERS DOMINIC GIULIANI, THERE YOU SEE HIM ON THE LEFT. AND OFFICER MOSER ON THE RIGHT. TH

South Lebanon Township Police officers save dogs from burning home

Two South Lebanon Township police officers saved dogs from a burning home this weekend. The fire happened on Saturday on the 200 block of South Sixth Avenue. “When the officers arrived on scene, they observed smoke coming from the eaves of the roof and flames through an upstairs bedroom window. Uncertain if anyone was inside the home, they forced entry into the home,” a post on the police department’s Facebook page. says. “Through heavy smoke conditions they found the residents were not home but rescued the homeowners’ two dogs.” The officers who rescued the pets were Dominic Juliani and Christopher Moser. The department has honored them for their quick actions and a “heroic rescue.” Related video below: Body cam captures teen jumping from burning Lancaster County home.

Two South Lebanon Township police officers saved dogs from a burning home this weekend.

The fire happened on Saturday on the 200 block of South Sixth Avenue.

“When the officers arrived on scene, they observed smoke coming from the eaves of the roof and flames through an upstairs bedroom window. Uncertain if anyone was inside the home, they forced entry into the home,” a post on the police department’s Facebook page. says. “Through heavy smoke conditions they found the residents were not home but rescued the homeowners’ two dogs.”

The officers who rescued the pets were Dominic Juliani and Christopher Moser.

The department has honored them for their quick actions and a “heroic rescue.”

Related video below: Body cam captures teen jumping from burning Lancaster County home.

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