Fla. firefighters rescue service dog stuck in hole

Seminole County firefighters saved Mickey, a service dog that had fallen down a six-foot hole

By Joe Mario Pedersen
Orlando Sentinel

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Seminole County firefighters saved a service dog Monday that had fallen down a six-foot hole in Geneva, according to a Thursday Facebook post by the county’s fire department.

Station 42 responded to a call Monday night regarding a missing service dog, Mickey, according to Seminole County Fire Department.

The owners found Mickey trapped in a deep hole along the seawall of their waterfront home on the St. Johns River.

Firefighter Grady Scott grabbed Mickey’s scruff and pulled him up to the surface, where his owners eagerly awaited.

The Facebook post was shared 222 times in less than 24 hours.

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SCFD DOG RESCUE: On Monday, February 18th, SCFD’s Engine 42 responded to a public assist on Osceola Rd in Geneva. ...

Posted by Seminole County Fire Department on Thursday, February 21, 2019


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