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Snohomish firemen rescue injured dog after witnessing pet hit by car

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Firefighters in Clearview, Wash. came to the emergency rescue of a dog on Thursday after they witnessed the animal hit being struck by a car along 180th Street stated a press release by Snohomish County Fire District 7 on Thursday.

Lieutenant Joe Basta, and firemen Jeff Chichester and Matt Suhayda helped to carry the severely injured animal from a ditch onto a backboard and placed in the truck to be rushed to the emergency veterinarian facility, Clearview Animal Hospital.

Many other witnesses including the person who hit the dog stopped to help.

The owner was found, and the fire department is happy to announce the dog is back home and is expected to make a full recovery thanks to the quick rescue action of the firemen.

Congratulations men. You certainly are our heroes.

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