CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It took 12 minutes for nearly a dozen firefighters to extinguish a house fire at about 10 p.m. Wednesday on Holly Hill Road, according to the Charlotte Fire Department.
Homeowners were not home and the two dogs inside got out safely.
Neighbors called 911 and when firefighters arrived, they reported heavy fire and smoke coming from the home.
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