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"It's never happened in my career, and in this business, we see a lot of things. This is the first time that we participated in something like this," said Manny Garcia, Belen's fire chief. "This is a great story. One I think that is very unique, and one that animal lovers across our state will love," he said. "We're used to rescuing humans, and when it comes to somebody's pet, it's just like a family member," Garcia added. "What makes it unique is the people in Belen care for each other," Garcia said. Lt. Joe Portio with the Belen Police Department said two things are important for officers on duty. "Public safety is rule number one, and preservation of life, whether it's going to be an animal or human being," said Portio. Sister Marika, a member of the Order of Consecrated Virgins, who lives in Westcliff, has been profoundly deaf since childhood, and also suffers severe allergies.
Chavez believes the 180 pound dog was stuck in a cold, muddy ditch for about 18 hours. Sunday afternoon, the 9 year old St. Bernard got loose. By Monday, Chavez had to go to work, and in retrospect, Chavez realizes Razor was trying to let him know that something was wrong. "He noticed that Razor was kind of running amok, and just Flyknit Air Force 1 Low On Feet
to get this attention," Chavez said. "Razor took off through the field, along the irrigation ditch, and showed up here," Chavez told KRQE News 13, at the location where Jazzy was in danger. "This is the spot Jazzy was actually stuck in, she was stuck here at least two feet stuck into the mud," he recalled. A passerby followed Razor and saw Jazzy in the ditch. Next thing you know, eight Belen Flyknit Air Force 1 Low Black police and firefighters were pulling off a ditch rescue. Using backboard straps and a long spine board, just like they would for a person, rescuers saved the big dog.
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Her hairless hearing dog gives her the confidence to live independently, and his prompt actions have earned him a nomination in the heroic category of the Hearing D.
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