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Posted: February 13, 2018

WATCH: Police officers rescue freezing puppy found under Florida bridge

WATCH: Freezing Pup Rescued From Under Bridge

By WSOCTV.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. —

Police in Daytona Beach, Florida, released video of two animal control officers rescuing a pit bull puppy who was left under a bridge in freezing temperatures.

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River's Rescue

For the last couple of weeks we've been telling you about River the Frozen Puppy.

Posted by Daytona Beach Police Department on Thursday, February 8, 2018

In the video posted on the Daytona Beach Police Department’s Facebook page, you can see the puppy shaking uncontrollably because she was so cold. The animal control officers did everything they could to warm her up.

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A passer-by called police after seeing the puppy in the cold water.

The animal control officers found her under the Seabreeze Bridge in mid-January when the temperatures had fallen to below freezing.

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One of the Daytona Beach police officers adopted the puppy, now named River, and she is safe and in a loving home.


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WATCH: Police officers rescue freezing puppy found under Florida bridge

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WATCH: Police officers rescue freezing puppy found under Florida bridge

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Pit bull credited with saving woman’s life

Bruce would not stop whining and scratching at the door Tuesday. 

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The urgency of the noises drew Abby Leathers over to let out her pit bull out the front door, which was strange, since he usually goes out back. 

Bruce, who is named after Batman’s alter ego, ran outside and directly to a pond where a half-naked woman was standing in the water trembling, confused and scared, Leathers said

The woman, who did not speak English, and Leathers were unable to communicate with eachother. Leathers got some towels and dry clothes for the woman and called 911. 

Police and paramedics responded. Her family had reported her missing and arrived shortly after as well. 

“It was an eventful morning, and someone's mom and grandmother did not freeze or drown in a pond because of my wonderful pitty bull Bruce,” Leathers said.

Firefighters rescue dog from freezing waters in Colorado

Firefighters in Colorado recently rescued a German shepherd from a freezing river.

The Pueblo Fire Department posted the now-viral rescue on its Facebook page.

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The 1-year-old pup, named Bill, was pulled from the Arkansas River by the department’s Ice Rescue team on Jan. 17.

The department is reportedly unsure how Bill ended up in the river, but he was reported as OK and reunited with his owner.

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