(BOISE, Idaho) -- A family pet died after a kitchen fire in a Boise home.
Fire officials say the call came in around 6 p.m. on Sunday from a home in the 10,000 block of Seneca Drive.
A family member who just arrived home alerted the eight sleeping family members in the home, all of which evacuated.
Boise Fire crews located one dog in the home, a Golden Retriever, which they attempted to revive by using a pet mask and performing chest compressions. Officials say the dog later unfortunately succumbed to smoke inhalation.
Fire investigators determined the cause of the fire was a mechanical malfunction in the stove.
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