MOUNT PLEASANT — A canine was rescued from the frigid waters of a pond close to Island Membership North, in Mount Nice. Officers at the moment are looking to finds its proprietor.
The rescue occurred on Saturday afternoon, January thirteenth, round three:forty p.m.
In line with the South Shore Hearth Division, they arrived on scene and noticed a big golden Labrador canine struggling to maintain above the floor of the water. The canine was about forty ft from the shoreline.
Two members from the South Shore Hearth Division entered the pond sporting ice rescue fits, and have been capable of rescue the canine from the water.
The canine was out of the water roughly seven minutes after their arrival. The South Shore Hearth Division was assisted on the scene by the Mount Nice Police Division.
The canine is predicted to be OK, however its proprietor has not been recognized. It was taken to the WVRC emergency veterinary clinic on Inexperienced Bay Street, in Mount Nice.
The South Shore Hearth Division is reminding everybody that even within the midst of the chilly temperatures we’re presently experiencing, ice can nonetheless be very harmful.