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    Default Dog Craving Doughnuts Blamed for Fire

    From The Washington Post :

    RIDGEFIELD, Wash. -- A dog with a craving for doughnuts was blamed for starting a house fire in this city north of Vancouver.

    According to Clark County fire investigators, the homeowners had left a box of doughnuts on the stove on Sunday. The dog jumped up onto the stove to get to the doughnuts and accidentally flipped on a burner.

    "The burner set the box on fire and the fire spread from the kitchen to the attic," Fire District 11 Capt. Ben Meacham told The Columbian.

    Investigators said the fire caused about $75,000 worth of damage.

    The dog, home alone when the fire started, escaped injury.

    Mmmmmm... doughnuts.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by res54cuecaptain
    D'oh. My bad.
    I did search before posting, but didn't see the previous thread.

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    Maybe he isn't Off Duty.

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