Dog rescued after being trapped between two walls for five days

Dog rescued after being trapped between two walls for five days

It was in the city of Cincinnati, United States, where firefighters rescued a dog that had fallen into a crack and was trapped for five days between two concrete walls.

Dog rescued after being trapped between two walls for five days

On Sunday, July 18, firefighters in Cincinnati, Ohio, were called to rescue a dog according to the U.S. media Newsweek.

An ordinary basic intervention. But when they got there, the firefighters discovered that the animal, named Gertie, had fallen into a crack and was trapped between two concrete walls . And this, for five days.

To rescue this dog, the firefighters had to use a hammer and drill a hole in the wall. In total, it took them about ten minutes to demolish part of the building and then bring the dog to safety.

Gertie was finally able to find her owners, Connie Frick and Lynn Herman, who said their pet was fine despite some fatigue.

Gertie had been missing for five days and posters had been posted on the streets of the city in an attempt to find him. Connie Frick and Lynn Herman confirmed that their dog had run away that day after she opened the front door of their home.

It was in the city of Cincinnati, United States, where firefighters rescued a dog that had fallen into a crack and was trapped for five days between two concrete walls.

Gertie’s owners said they were grateful to their neighbors who called emergency services after hearing the dog’s cries.

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