In the United States, a firefighter rescued a dog from a burning apartment before providing first aid to bring it back to life.
Earlier this year, a fire broke out in an apartment in Santa Monica, California. On the spot, the owner of the premises told the firefighters that her 10-year-old dog was stuck inside the accommodation.
Firefighter saves dog’s life by giving him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
Armed with his courage, firefighter Andrew Klein braved the flames to rescue the hairball. To do this, he did not hesitate to crawl through the smoke before seeing the body of the quadruped.
In an interview with local media, the firefighter said the doggie was unconscious. Once outside, Andrew Klein gave him the first aid gestures to bring him back to life.
For the next 20 minutes, the firefighter performed mouth-to-nose resuscitation on Nalu. According to him, the dog had no pulse and was not breathing. Thanks to the determination of the rescuer, Nalu woke up to the delight of his mistress, a certain Krystal.
For his part, Andrew comforted the little creature before taking him to a veterinary clinic. The animal was placed in an oxygen tent for 24 hours. Miraculously, he did not keep any scars from the fire.
Today, Nalu is fully recovered and doing great. One thing is certain: without the intervention and the cold blood of the firefighter, the dog could have lost his life.