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Firefighters responded to the scene in the 8300 block of Northeast Quatama Street.

COURTESY PHOTO: TUALATIN VALLEY FIRE & RESCUE - Firefighters tend to a dog rescued from a house fire off Northeast Quatama Street in Hillsboro on Friday, Aug. 9.Firefighters rescued a dog from a burning mobile home in northeast Hillsboro on Friday morning, Aug. 9, according to Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.

The fire agency said crews from Hillsboro Fire & Rescue and Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue responded to reports of a manufactured home fire in the 8300 block of Northeast Quatama Street, where the Creekside of Hillsboro mobile home park is located.

A Washington County sheriff's deputy took the dog to a local emergency veterinarian for follow-up care after it received treatment at the scene, TVF&R said.

The fire itself was "quickly" brought under control by firefighters, according to TVF&R.

No other injuries were reported.

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