Man and Firefighter Save Dog

Not JFD, but cool anyway.

GAW was contacted recently about a harrowing story about saving what is important in life…dogs.

There’s a guy, who shall remain anon. His house burning down the man runs back into the home to save his K9 friend.

Then my amigo told me the same story about the home burning down.

“Man, I’m sitting there spraying his house, 150 psi coming out of the nozzle,” he said.

(I’m nodding like I know the difference between 50 psi and 150 psi.)

“Then this tiny dog comes running out of the home.”

“Uh huh.” “It’s a rat,” he declared on the scene.

“It’s a dog! Save the dog! Don’t let the dog go back in the house,” people yell to my amigo.

“So, man, I spray the dog.”

End of story.

Man runs in building to save his burning dog.

Man sprays another dog with fire hose to save his life.

Same home.

2 comments for “Man and Firefighter Save Dog

  1. Bikerdude
    February 10, 2013 at 11:08 am

    “saving what is important in life…dogs.”

    ;-)…..Yeah that!……

  2. 'Hood
    February 10, 2013 at 4:16 pm

    SNOOPY and another dog saved from fire!

    Police continue search for driver
    who caused massive Jeffersonville fire
    by Gene Kang
    February 6, 2013
    WHAS11.com

    JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (WHAS11) — Jeffersonville police
    are still searching for the driver
    who caused a massive fire Wednesday morning.
    A car crashed into a gas main and set off the blaze.
    The driver ran off before emergency crews arrived.

    Heston found his dog,
    Snoopy,
    with a few cuts and burns,
    left traumatized by the fire.

    “She got cut real bad right there,” Heston said.

    “Pictures and certificates and things like that
    were lost.”
    “My high school diploma is in there you know,” Heston said.

    Mr.Heston was a long distance Cross Country runner
    and star at Jeffersonville High School.

    http://www.whas11.com/news/indiana/Police-continue-search-for-driver-who-caused-massive-Jeffersonville-fire-190098881.html

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