Friday, January 21

Two civil guards jump into a frozen lake in Huesca to save a dog

Two Civil Guard agents decided this Tuesday to break the ice layer of an artificial lake to save the life of Siro, a young Labrador-type dog, who had fallen into the water. The events took place in the vicinity of Badaguás, near Jaca, in the province of Huesca.

The Canfranc patrol received the notice at 11:00 am on Tuesday that the animal had fallen into the reservoir. When they arrived at the scene, the agents found the dog swimming wearily and crying between blocks of ice. They evaluated the situation and decided to get into the water, for which they previously undressed.

In the recording of the rescue, it is appreciated how the first of the agents, provided with a log, makes his way through the ice to be able to swim to Siro. A second agent follows him and leads the dog to shore.