This is the heartfelt minute firemens rescued a puppy from the wreckage of a van following a dreadful three-vehicle pile-up.
One-year-old Memphis was wedged in the foot well of the Vauxhall Vivaro after it clashed into two cars during heavy traffic on Friday morning.Firefighters rushed
to the scene of the crash which happened at 7.57 am on the A500 in Staffordshire.The motorists, a lady
in her 20s had some leg bruising and a guy in his 30s was taken to health center.
hour using hydraulic cutting equipment to complimentary little Memphis Fire teams saved the puppy from the foot well of the van Fire teams invested nearly an hour utilizing hydraulic cutting equipment to release the grey-and-white Staffordshire Bull Terrier.A fire service spokesperson stated:"At 7.57 am teams were called to report of 3 lorry collision half a mile from Barthomley junction. Little Memphis endured the scary smash"Crews attended
"Teams left at 8.50 am."
A regional ambulance representative said: "We treated the motorist, a male in his 30s, of one of the vehicles and he was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital.
"We also assessed a female in her 20s who had actually got some leg bruising. She did not need any medical facility treatment."
Because the fire service posted images of the rescue on Twitter the images have because one viral with more than 5,000 users seeing and sharing them online.