Pawesome Cork Fire Brigade rescue adorable tiny two-week-old puppy from waste water pipe
'Buzz' is now safe and doing well
Cork City Fire Brigade have recused an adorable tiny puppy from a waste water pipe.
Taking to social media, they shared a picture of the two-week-old jet black pup being held by a firefighter after their brave rescue.
At 4am on Tuesday morning emergency services rescued the dog named Buzz, who is now safe and doing well.
đ¶Wooof morningđ¶â Cork City Fire Brigade (@CorkCityFire) January 11, 2022
04:00 this AM Green Watch came to the rescue of this pup stuck in a waste water pipe. Crews spent a period of time with a con saw & sledge to free the pup
Thankfully the rescue came to a happy ending & âBuzzâ (named after his new fav hero) was safe & well pic.twitter.com/d7uK7IAT8O
â04:00 this AM Green Watch came to the rescue of this pup stuck in a waste water pipe. Crews spent a period of time with a con saw and sledge to free the pup.â
âThankfully the rescue came to a happy ending & âBuzzâ (named after his new fav hero) was safe and well.â
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