Firefighters are one of the bravest individuals on the planet.
We know for sure they are always set to perform their duties when a fire disaster occurs, and that’s why we often forget to appreciate their efforts. These brave heroes keep us safe, rescue us and our furry friends too. In their eyes, all life are precious. Including a dog’s life too.
This footage of them saving a dog will allow you to witness the whole process that they went through to salvage a life. And it will blow you away.
Just past 8 pm, a massive fire broke into a home in Arden-Arcade and firefighters of Sacramento Metro Fire District quickly went to the rescue. When they arrived at the area, they saw the flames shooting out from a window.
The occupants were already safe outside, but their dog, Dicky was left in the room. The good thing was the firemen were able to put the fire out in just ten minutes, but we know the smoke was just as threatening.
Nevertheless, the men went to face the danger to get the pup out from the house. A body camera of one of the firefighters caught the whole act. As they opened the door, immense smoke welcomed them. Despite it, they stayed focused looking for the hound until they spotted the lifeless Dicky under a bed.
One man carries him immediately outside, lays the pooch on the ground, and performs a CPR to save the dog.
Another one holds the mask unto the pup. They’re all hoping that Dicky could survive until he woke up.
Yes, he’s alive! The firefighters worked hard to save the dog. The men then surrounded him to make sure he’s okay.
When the footage was uploaded, netizens praised the firefighters for rescuing the pooch. They are truly heroes. They don’t back out from their mission, and they stay true to what they pledged to do.
The family is so thankful for the courageous men, and we sure Dicky is as grateful too!
Do share this story to give honor to our fearless firefighters save a dog!
Source at Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District via Facebook
Here is another heartwarming rescue story. Meet Whisper, who was left bleeding on the side of a road.