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Firefighters rescue dog trapped underneath car

CityNews | posted Friday, Feb 24th, 2017

Firefighters had their work cut out for them after a dog got into a car’s engine compartment in downtown Toronto.

The dog ran underneath a parked car on DeGrassi Street, near Queen Street and Broadview Avenue, around 3 a.m. on Friday.

Emergency crews had to tug and pull to get him out. Afterward, the rescued dog was reunited with his owner, both of them shaken up but not injured.

A firefighter at the scene said it was the first time he had ever rescued a dog from the engine of a car.

 

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