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Published:April 16th, 2013 13:17 EST

Fire Engine Crew Stops To Help Injured Pooch

By Robert Paul Reyes

"The three-person crew of a California fire engine said they spotted an injured dog on their way back to the station and decided to help.


The crew used their medical gear to bandage the dog`s leg before heading to a nearby unmanned fire station, where they were able to wrap Sadie in a blanket and load her on a gurney in a spare ambulance."


If a fire engine on their way to a fire stopped to render assistance to an injured dog, most people would be outraged.

But these brave warriors stopped to help an injured pooch on their way back to the station. Fire fighters often entice cats to come down from trees, it`s about time they rescued a canine.

The dog`s injured leg had to be amputated, and she is recovering. Kudos to the fire fighters, and the vets at the Rim Forest Animal Hospital who performed surgery on Sadie.

Let`s hope that Sadie will find a nice home.

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