Cameron Co. Emergency Agencies Rescue Puppies Trapped in Drainage Pipe
SANTA MARIA – Seven puppies are now safe after Cameron County emergency crews rescued them Thursday night.
The La Feria Fire Department, Cameron County Pct. 5 constables and the sheriff’s office responded to the scene nearby Santa Maria School.
The agencies put in a collaborative effort to pull the seven pups that were trapped inside a drainage culvert pipe.
Officials were able to save all the puppies.
Cameron County Emergency Management and Fire Marshal Service say “protecting life and property goes beyond the saving human life; our pets are just as important.”
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