Second birth Huskies

January 9, was the second birthday for the 13-year-old Husky Sylvie (Sylvie) and his savior Sean Coyle (Sean Coyle). Brave firefighter, on account of which one is not saved by a dog's life, accident pulled the dog from the ice prison and he fell into the cold water.






Husky named Sylvie fell through the ice in the Gulf of Pleasure (Pleasure Bay), at the Castle Island in Boston, January 9, 2014.




Rescuer goes to the rescue Husky named Sylvia, who fell through the ice in the Gulf of Pleasure (Pleasure Bay), at the Castle Island in Boston




It happened in the Gulf of Pleasure (Pleasure Bay), near Castle Island in Boston. The owner decided to walk the walk Huskies literally - as it seemed, the water safely frozen, but it was only an illusion. Ice under the feet of the dog began to crack and very soon the poor girl was under a layer of ice water. On this day, the street was about minus 20 Celsius, if not a woolen blanket, Sylvie would hardly have long been able to reach. Before the arrival of rescue dog spent 30 minutes in the icy water.









When received a signal to rescuers, Sean Coyle pulled down over a waterproof suit and headed to the challenge. There he gently reached failure, which floundered dog. Rescuers managed to grab the dog by the scruff of the neck and pull it out of the water. At this point, the ice cracked beneath him and the fire he fell through the ice. He was rescued colleagues, came to the rescue aid.



The owner was delighted rescue Husky named Sylvia, who fell through the ice in the Gulf of Pleasure (Pleasure Bay), near Castle Island in Boston



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