In Vermont, Australia, a couple was lounging this past Sunday when their television caused a house fire to break out. The couple was rescued by firefighters on the scene and the flames were quickly extinguished. But an important member of the family was nowhere to be found after all of the chaos had subsided--their dog was still missing.
The couple asked rescuers to go into the house to search for their dog, Angus, and even though the flames were put out, they held onto the hope he'd be alive. An unidentified firefighter came out of the charred home a hero when he found Angus hidden under a bed--and that's not all!
Angus's rescuer also took extra measures to not only be sure angus was safe, but that he'd also be healthy. The compassionate firefighter gently held an oxygen mask to little Angus's snout while he recovered from the traumatic fire.
According to People.com, the Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board said "Angus and his very relieved owner have been reunited. He needs a good wash but is going to be fine."
Firefighters rescued this lucky pup Angus from a house fire in Vermont this evening. Crews had extinguished the blaze,...Posted by MFB (Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board) on Sunday, December 6, 2015
Firefighters rescued this lucky pup Angus from a house fire in Vermont this evening. Crews had extinguished the blaze,...
Angus is certainly a brave pup for hanging in their through the flames--thank goodness he and his family are safe!
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