Transcript for Indianapolis first responders rescue homeowner's dog, Lady
Finally tonight here, America strong. Firefighters, paramedics and the family dog named lady. It was the image today that reminded us of the work our first responders do every day. Even to save our pets. Listen to him say, "Good girl." Good girl. Reporter: The Wayne township fire department in Indianapolis, Indiana. That's captain Eric bannister in the fire helmet. Operations chief Rick Duncan on the left, responding to a fire this afternoon. And inside, they find the homeowner's dog, lady. Chief Duncan holding an oxygen mask to lady's face and her tail begins to wag. You can see her taking deep breaths. We've seen these moments before. In Bakersfield, California, firefighters carrying little jack, unresponsive. Hold on. We're going to give him some oxygen. Reporter: Within minutes, they're giving him oxygen. And they pat him. And a short time later, jack's up and alert. And back in Indianapolis tonight, after wagging her tail, look at lady, standing up, pulling away, just about ready to breathe on her own. She's ready tonight. Thank you to our first responders and thank you at home for watching. I hope to see you tomorrow. Good night.good night.
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