2 Miami Beach Officers Suffer Smoke Inhalation From Beauty Salon Fire

Two Miami Beach Police officers were checking for possible fire victims when they were overcome by smoke.

Saturday, Jul 20, 2013  |  Updated 3:51 PM EDT
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Colombian Hot Dog Restaurant Damaged From Fire

Miami Beach Fire Rescue

Miami Beach Fire officials on scene at 1230 Alton Road.

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Colombian Hot Dog Restaurant Damaged From Fire

The Columbian hotspot known for its unique hot dogs in southwest Miami-Dade was damaged from a fire and is out of business. Lidia Rodrigues, who called 911 when she saw the flames at Los Perros, and Cesar Millan, brand manager for Los Perros, spoke about the blaze.
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Two Miami Beach Police officers suffered smoke inhalation as they looked into a fire at a beauty salon Saturday, officials said.

The officers were on their way to work when they spotted the fire at 1230 Alton Road just before 7 a.m., according to Miami Beach Fire Rescue.

They opened the doors to the beauty salon to check for possible victims when they were overcome by smoke, officials said.

Both were transported to Mount Sinai Hospital for treatment and have been released, according to Fire Rescue.

Officials said the cause of the fire was electrical in nature.

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