Dog | May 25, 2022 4:16 AM | hangbony
Cats are sometimes said to have “nine lives” since they can usually land on their feet. However, the same may be said for one dog who valiantly escaped a blazing house by leaping out the window from the second storey.
According to NBC Philadelphia, a man named Justin Steinmetz was driving to work when he observed a smoke-filled house in Fleetwood, Berks County. The house was devoid of humans — the grownups were at work, and the children were at school — and Justin desperately sought assistance.
He convinced every other car to dial 911 and began attempting to put out the fire with a hose, but to no avail. Firefighters responded promptly to put out the fire.
However, the situation changed dramatically when the family’s dog, Charlie, looked out the second-story window, urgently trying to escape.
The firefighters persuaded Charlie to jump out the window, which was his only means of escape. The canine takes a brave leap in a spectacular moment captured on camera by Justin. He got it out alive, despite being scorched by the fire.
Justin told NBC, “He had a mouth full of smoke, lungs full of smoke, and he jumped to safety.” “What matters is that he leapt when he wanted to.”
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