Firefighters Use Jaws Of Life To Rescue Florida Dog Trapped In Cinder Block

 

A six-month-old Rottweiler named Fifi needed to be rescued after she got her head stuck in a cinder block while sniffing around her yard in St. Johns County, Florida. Fifi's owners tried to free the puppy but had no luck, so they called 911.

When deputies from the St. John's Sheriff's Office arrived, they attempted to use soap and water to free Fifi but were unsuccessful. They called St. Johns County Fire Rescue, who on Facebook, explained the lengths they went to to release Fifi.

The department had to use the Jaws of Life, which are normally reserved for ripping open cars to rescue people who are trapped inside, to break apart the cinder block and free the young puppy.

Fifi was unharmed during the ordeal and was "excited to be sniffing around again."

 

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