One of those dogs, a year old pit bull named "Montana," was dead by the time that help arrived - the devastating toll from the excruciating heat inside of the car claimed his life well before the car was opened.
Thanks to the efforts of Katy Best, who was able to squeeze her arm through a cracked window to open the door, the other dog, named "Rocky," was rescued from a crate inside of the parked car.
According to NBC 12 News, the dogs were not left inside of the car by their owner; a woman who was supposed to be watching the dogs for Rocky and Montana's owner was in charge.
When the woman who left the dogs inside of the vehicle was confronted by Best, she stated:
You don't even know even [expletive] know me,
I'm upset, and you're bringing people over here. The situation is already bad enough. You're not helping at all!"
Rocky, the surviving dog, was taken into custody by animal control. Inexplicably, no charges have been filed as of yet against the woman who locked the two dogs inside of the car.
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