Fire service officials rescue 15 dogs in northern India
In a proud moment, the officials of fire services rescued 15 dogs in northern India’s New Delhi.
The incident took place at the Bela Road dog sterilization centre on July 14.
The visuals of the incident showed a Delhi Fire Services (DDS) official standing on a slanted staircase while attempting to rescue dogs from Bela road dog sterilization centre. The officer can be seen saving the life of dogs who were stuck by pulling them out carefully.
The officials successfully saved the lives of 15 dogs and have received appreciation for their efforts, hardwork and compassion.
Delhi Fire Service teams with the help of Daryaganj Fire Station staff rescued 15 dogs.