Carver, Massachusetts, Police Officer David Harriman: Pet Dog Rescue

On 7 June 2014, a 59-year-old woman drove her 2004 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck into a body of water in South Meadow village in Massachusetts. She and one of the two dogs with her got out, but one dog was trapped in the completely submerged vehicle. Fortunately, Carver, Massachusetts, police officer David Harriman went into the murky water and rescued the crying woman’s dog. Officer Harriman said, “He wasn’t moving at all when I first got to him, and then when I got him to the surface, he came to. He’d been under the water for quite some time.” He added that a pet dog is “kind of like a family member to most people, and you gotta get it out, if you can. I have an eight-month-old English bulldog named Jax right now …. I’d do anything I could for him.”

For Further Information: “Carver police rescue dog from submerged pickup truck.” WCVB (Boston, Massachusetts). 8 June 2014

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