11-Year-Old Florida Girl Dies Trying To Save Her Puppies From House Fire

Unfortunately, an 11-year-old girl was killed in a house fire while trying to save her two puppies. According to a Sarasota County Sheriff's Department report, detectives began an investigation into the terrible loss after receiving reports on Wednesday that two residences in a Florida RV park were on fire.

Witnesses also assisted officials and WFLA in identifying the victim as 11-year-old Rilee Beisler, a sixth-grade student at McIntosh Middle School who moved into the Sun N Fun RV Park six months ago with her mother and two dogs. Laura Alden, Beisler's aunt, told WFLA: She has a pure heart. She adores those canines. They were a real pain in the buttocks. They were 7-month-old pitbull puppies, and you know how puppies are, but she adored those canines and considered them her baby.

Aiden also revealed in a TV interview with WFLA that her niece was unscathed from the fire before reentering the burning building to save her dog. She worships animals, and this is where it all began. She was on her way home to feed the dogs. She loves those dogs.

Even if her neighbor tried to stop her, Besler didn't care. Alden said in tears: Riley is the kind of kid who does whatever he wants. Precocious adolescent.

That says a lot about who she was, because she got out of the fire, got out of the house, and then got back in. On Facebook, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Department stated: At this moment, the occurrence does not appear to be criminal in character, and Rilee is thought to have died as a result of smoke inhalation.

The investigation is still in progress.