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Ashley Greene’s dog dies in fire that destroys her West Hollywood condo

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TMZ  first reported Ashley Greene’s West Hollywood apartment was destroyed in a early morning fire on Friday. Apparently her boyfriend and her brother managed to wake up in time to escape the blaze, which broke out on a couch in the living room.

Photo credit: PacificCoastNews.com Ashley Greene brings her fox terrier Marlo, one of her dogs, to work with her on the set during filming in New York. One of the actress's prized dogs perished in a Friday morning blaze at her West Hollywood apartment.

Unfortunately the two men were unsuccessful in their attempts to return to rescue Greene’s pets. By the time firefighters were able to get the fire under control, they could only save one of the two animals, and found the other dead in a hiding spot under Greene’s bed.

“We were dispatched at 9:50 a.m. PST to reports of a highrise fire,” Inspector Quvondo Johnson of the Los Angeles County Fire Department told the Daily News. “We did see smoke and fire from the third floor when we arrived. Based on the occupany load of the building, we quickly raised it to a two alarm fire.”

Fifty-five firefighters responded to the scene and brought the fire under control by 10:07 a.m. PST.

Additional 20% Off for Your Entire Order! From My Favorite Pet Shop! Coupon Code: AFF20. Ends   Mar. 25. Shop Now!An unattended candle caused the fire in that took the life of her beloved dog and sent three unknown people in their building to a local hospital.It’s not clear if the deceased dog was Marlo, Greene’s prized fox terrier that had often been seen carried by the actress on sets over the past few years.
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