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Man, 4 dogs survive after fire destroys home at Mikado, Sask.

A man and his four dogs are safe after fire destroyed a house in Mikado, Sask., about 65 kilometres northeast of Yorkton.

Cause of blaze under investigation, RCMP say

Fire destroyed this home at the hamlet of Mikado, Sask., just off Highway 5 and about 65 kilometres northeast of Yorkton. (RCMP)

A man and his four dogs are safe after fire destroyed a house in Mikado, Sask., about 65 kilometres northeast of Yorkton.

Members of the Canora fire department and Canora RCMP were called to the fire Tuesday at around 8 p.m. CST.

When they arrived, the house was fully engulfed in flames.

A man who was alone in the house managed to escape with three of his dogs before the building was destroyed. A fourth dog was found hiding on the property and was quickly reunited with his owner.

The cause of the fire is under investigation, but it is not considered suspicious, the RCMP said.

Mikado, Sask., is about 250 kilometres northeast of Regina and about 65 kilometres northeast of Yorkton. (Google Maps)

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