Firefighters perform CPR, save dog at house fire
A woman and her two sons watched firefighters work for 30 minutes to revive the dog following the fire
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A group of firefighters are being hailed as heroes after saving a dog in a house fire Tuesday morning.
WOODTV.com reported that a woman posted a picture on Facebook of Grand Rapids, Mich. firefighters in action in front of the home. She described how she and her two sons watched firefighters work for 30 minutes to revive the dog. She said it "ended with a wagging tail and cheers."
Her post has been shared nearly 1,000 times and has more than 7,000 likes.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department identified the firefighter who performed CPR on the dog as Craig Lewis from the Bridge Street Fire Station.