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Troopers rescue dog who was stuck under car

Dog rescued by troopers
Dog rescued by troopers
Via Massachusetts State Police FB page

When a golden retriever became stuck beneath a car after being accidentally struck by his owner's vehicle on Sunday, two Massachusetts State Troopers came to his rescue, reported The Telegram.

State Troopers Paul Bertozzi and Daniel Nunes responded to the Holland area home after receiving a call that a dog was trapped beneath a car. The troopers, along with Animal Control Officer Wendy LeSage, utilized a jack to lift the vehicle and pull the dog free.

Fortunately, the dog sustained only minor injuries from the frightening ordeal - the Troopers were rewarded for their efforts with smooches from the grateful dog. Kudos for the troopers' efforts are pouring in to the Facebook page for the Massachusetts State Police.

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