Policeman Saves Dog About to Die in Uncontrollable Fire

Thanks to a hero police officer, a dog trapped inside a burning complex was pulled to safety unharmed. It was a close call.

A Federal police officer from Mexico risked his life in a dangerous fire to protect and save the life of a mixed breed dog named Lulu. The pet almost perished in the uncontrollable blaze, but thanks to the unnamed hero officer, the dog is safe.

Police men running to safety with Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube
Policeman running to safety with Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube

When the fire broke out, area residents feared for their own lives. The flames engulfed the property and it threatened to set other nearby residences on fire.

Lulu, who probably worked as a security dog for the property, was trapped inside the complex. A metal privacy fence surrounded the building and all exits were locked with metal chains.

Locals feared jumping the fence and putting their own lives at risk. Not only were they scared of getting trapped in the fire, but they also feared Lulu would attack or become aggressive towards anyone trying to save her.

Policeman trying to rescue Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube
Policeman trying to rescue Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube

Luckily federal officers where in the area and jumped to saved the dog. The metal chains were cut and an officer rushed into the complex to retrieve Lulu.

The dog tried to run to safety and sought refuge on the furthest point along the fence far away from the flames. The pet was petrified and instead of becoming aggressive towards the officer, she welcomed the rescuer who pulled her to safety.

Policeman running out to safety with Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube
Policeman running out to safety with Lulu. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube
Policeman Lulu close to flames by the exit. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube
Policeman Lulu close to flames by the exit. Photo credit: Policía Federal de México/YouTube

The hero officer ran to Lulu and with the help of locals, they called out the dog’s name to calm her down. The policeman placed his arm around the dog, picked her up and ran out of the complex. However, before getting to safety the officer had to run close to the blaze, all while carrying the large dog. They reached the exit and ran towards safety.

Thanks to this hero officer Lulu was saved and was physically unharmed. However, the experience left her shaken and she could easily have lingering mental traumas.

We hope Lulu’s owners consider treating her as a loved family member and never again leave her unattended and exposed to harm.

250 thoughts on “Policeman Saves Dog About to Die in Uncontrollable Fire

  1. What difference does it make what breed he is??? People need to stop making it a point to identify a dog, or a person for that matter by the way they look, their skin color, or their nationality. Wtf. Its ridiculous!

  2. Thank U… To this police officer!! Who cares what breed or mix of breeds… It’s a living thing and it was saved!!! #Realmenarekindtoanimals

  3. What point did it serve that they stated the cop was Mexican, and the dog was mixed. We’re all fucking mixed with something! This man saved that dog. End of story. I wouldn’t care if he was tickled pink with polka dots, as long as he’s a good person with morals, humanity, respect, and kindness for others, it wouldn’t matter to me, so media.. you can knock the shit off with the stereotyping!

  4. I think the department is called Federal Police of Mexico…or something like that. Nonetheless, he saved a dog and he is fabulous for it! 😀

  5. I agree that media always has to be jerks. Why do they always have to stereotype things. I’m just thankful a man saved a dog

  6. I believe the article was translated from another language as some of the syntax was off. Whatever. Probably the only time people were glad to see the Federales!

  7. The Officer is a Hero and exhibited professional control to have the trust of the dog. The dog knew the Officer was there to help.

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