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A Florida police officer has been hailed as a hero after he stopped traffic on a busy motorway to rescue a dog that had just been hit by a car.
Officer Joseph Puglia, the Pinellas Park Police Department was driving to work on Sept. 19 when he saw a dog hit by a car on Interstate 275.
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Immediately, After you “he threw the wheel to the block at the end of the movement, at a moment in time that was caught on dashcam video.
The officer said the dog was “showing signs of life,” and was taken to a nearby animal hospital.
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“My heart really sank in until I started seeing him for my breath,” After you told WFTS. “I came back [in an SUV], and got an emergency blanket to wrap the dog in it, because I didn’t want to hurt him.”
Officer Joseph Puglia, is stopped in order to save it “Lucky” this week, after he noticed that the dog had been hit by a car.
(Pinellas Park Police Department
After a series of medical surveys, the dog is expected to make a full recovery. The owner is still not found, the dog will not be a chip or a tag,” the police department wrote in a Facebook post. The puppy suffered minor cuts and bruises.
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After saying that, she is also called the dog “Lucky,” which he says is applicable here because “he’s a lucky dog.”
It’s hard to tell who is the owner of the dog, because it was not microchipped and was not wearing any tags. Anyone with information on who the owner may be is urged to call Pinellas County Animal Services, 727-582-2600.