Body camera footage captured New York police officers and paramedics reviving two dogs pulled from a fire Memorial Day.
The fire broke out at about 6:30 p.m. at a Town of Tonawanda apartment, WKBW-TV reports. Volunteer firefighters rescued several pets from the blaze, including two dogs that were unresponsive and gasping for air.
Once out of the apartment, the dogs were given oxygen and medication by two police officers and two paramedics who worked to resuscitate the canines. The dogs eventually responded to the measures.
One of the dogs was well enough to stay with a neighbor following the treatment by officers and medics. The other dog was taken to a veterinary center and later released. Both dogs were doing well.
"The Town of Tonawanda Police Department commends the actions of Paramedics Baumgartner and Hillock and Police Officers Wright and Ragusa for their care and compassion saving the lives of Moose and Brutus," the department stated in a news release.