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Dog trapped between two walls is rescued by police officers in Hidalgo, Mexico

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Firefighters and Civil Protection personnel managed to rescue a dog that was trapped between two walls, where it fell and could no longer get out, reported the emergency services of the state of Hidalgo.

It was in the municipality of Ajacuba, where residents requested the support of public security personnel at the 911 emergency number.

Civil Protection and Firefighters from the Ajacuba city council went to the scene and, after analyzing the situation and agreeing with the residents on the rescue method, proceeded to open a hole in the wall.

The rescuers worked for several minutes to free the dog, hitting the fence with a mallet and calculating the distance and the force of the impacts so as not to cause damage to the animal, which was finally freed.

The canine was left in the protection of its owner without requiring transfer to a veterinarian.

San Miguel Times

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