UNION CITY (CBS SF) — Fire crews rescued a dog from an apartment fire in Union City Monday morning.

The Alameda County Fire Department said units were dispatched at 7:53 a.m. to calls of smoke at a two-story apartment complex in Union City on Aurora Plaza just east of Mission Blvd.

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A dog suffering from smoke inhalation receives oxygen after being rescued from an apartment fire in Union City. (Alameda County Fire Department)

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The response was upgraded to a confirmed structure fire and additional units were dispatched. A neighbor told fire crew the owner of the apartment was at work and their dog was inside the unit.

The dog was rescued & received medical care for smoke inhalation, the fire department said. The fire was contained to the room where it started and the Red Cross was assisting the owners and their dog since they were displaced.

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There was no immediate word on the cause of the fire.