A magazine's dog killed in a bizarre revolving door accident had his own Twitter account and was a beloved part of the magazine's office. Alan was a long-haired miniature dachshund. He died in an incident involving a revolving door at Vogue House, which is the London headquarters of publisher Conde Nast, according to a Jan. 15, 2013 report by Yahoo! News.
The little pooch was the "office dog" at Tatler, a British high society magazine. Although there are no specific details about how the magazine's dog was killed, other than he was trapped in the revolving door, one man on the scene had to be treated for shock. It must have been a deeply disturbing scene as 10 firefighters worked gallantly to save the diminutive wiener dog. Alan died at the scene of the tragic accident.
After the magazine's dog was killed, dozens of people took to Twitter to express their condolences for the small dog. The adorable dachshund was described on Twitter as "Office Manager at @TatlerUK by day. The Badger Hunter by night." His office mates are certain to miss his cute little face at work. May he rest in peace.