As three firefighters sprayed down one side of a wall, around the corner came Leah -- limp, but in hands with the power to heal. Rescuers rushed out behind her. And if there was not a happy ending, the desperate attempt to save this dog's life would be too difficult to watch.
"They went through five bottles of oxygen on her, probably three- to four breathing treatments, the same treatment we administer to humans," said Arlington Fire Department spokesman Lt. Kevin Seeton.
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Tessa N RobertTuesday, October 09, 2012 9:33:06 AMthis is soo touching u guys are awesome in the work u do and saving the animals whom are our family too is just wonderful! good job guys.
Jessica PengTuesday, October 09, 2012 9:56:23 AMI love stories like this. This is half the reason why we go into this line of work. At least, for me it is. Pets are family. When we can't save the pets, we've lost a part of the victims' family.
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