Firefighters will do whatever it takes to save a life, no matter how long it takes them. And when one poor pup got trapped nearly 10 feet underground, a dedicated group of first responders worked tirelessly for hours to save it.
This past week, a small dog from Petres, Spain wound up stuck inside a pipe 9.8 feet below the ground, and while no one knows how it got there, local firefighters knew the dog would die without their help and quickly got to work rescuing the helpless animal.
For 12 hours, the firefighters dug through mud and dirt until they finally reached the pipe, cut it, and pulled the trapped dog out. The rescuers have no idea how long the poor dog had been stuck like that, and were amazed when they pulled him free and saw that he appeared to be unharmed.
A witness filmed the amazing moment the heroes carried the shaken and exhausted dog out of the ditch and shared in on social media. “Today we are telling you a special story with a happy ending,” the witness wrote. “After 12 hours of work, five firefighters of the special rescue group managed to rescue a dog that had been trapped inside a pipe buried three meters deep in Petres. Congratulations! You are great.”
“Super Christmas heroes. My son loves you,” the dog’s owner commented on the video to thank the amazing firefighters who saved her dog and reunited them safely.
Watch the entire video below to see the amazing moment these firemen saved a helpless dog.
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