Fire rescue crew pulls trapped dog to safety

Posted at 3:40 PM, Mar 26, 2016

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews pulled a Husky to safety after it became trapped between a wooden fence and a concrete wall.

When they arrived to the location on Southwest 138th Court, crews could hear the dog and were able to locate her. They had to breach through the wall in order to reach the trapped dog.

After freeing the dog, the crew assessed her and fed her. They said the dog seemed to be in good condition and was not injured.

Station 43, which responded to the rescue, houses one of MDFR's Technical Rescue Teams and they have extensive experience with these types of recoveries.

The dog was taken to Miami-Dade Animal Services, where it was named Tundra. She does not have a chip (ID: A1771039).

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