FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue crew started their Valentine’s Day shift with a “ruff” rescue.
The paramedics received a call about a large dog in a canal near the 1600 block of Southeast Eighth Street, Sunday morning.
FLFR crews from E8 started their Valentines shift by saving a life. Just before 9am they received a call for a large dog in the canal at the 1600 block of SE 8th street. Crews immediately entered the water and placed a life jackets around the dog lifting him to safety. pic.twitter.com/BX0UryD36F
— FLFR PIO (@FLFR411) February 14, 2021
The rescuers entered the water and placed a life jacket around the canine, lifting the animal to safety.
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