Firefighters save a dog stranded on a frozen creek — and our faith in humanity is restored

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Some quick-thinking Oklahoma firefighters jumped into action when they saw a dog stuck in the middle of a frozen creek.

Captain Justin Flake of the Tulsa Fire Department said a firefighter saw the dog and called for help, according to News On 6. The firefighters then grabbed a raft and started their rescue.

A video shows the first responders reaching the stranded dog, getting her into the raft, and pulling her to safety.

As some noted, the firefighters “scooted” to the rescue.

The video was a heartwarming reminder that there is still some good in humanity.

https://twitter.com/domusvita/status/961436937377660928

Some joked that the dog was quite nonchalant while greeting her saviors.

https://twitter.com/howeverhayley/status/961491334363262976

The fire department responded to all of the kind words on Twitter.

(H/T Mashable)

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