The moment a team of police officers made a human chain to rescue a struggling dog from drowning in a canal was captured on video.
One of the officers took off his clothes and jumped into the water, so he could get closer to the dog in Trujillo, Peru.
He swam over to the canine and helped him to swim toward his fellow officers who began walking down the steep bank and made a chain to reach the dog.
Police officers make a human chain to rescue a dog from drowning in a canal.
Here is the video:
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And here are the highlights:
An officer stripped down to his underwear and jumped into the water in order to get closer to the dog in Trujillo, Peru.
The rest of the officers joined together and created a human chain in a bid to get closer to the animal.
The brave officer had grabbed hold of the black dog and passed it up his colleague who lifted the animal up and out of the water.
The dog was eventually rescued from the remote canal and was filmed running off back into the wild.
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