Fire service praised after rescuing puppy from under floorboards of Leeds home
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service have been praised on social media - after rescuing a puppy from underneath the floorboards of a Leeds home.
Fire crews in the region attended a total of 78 incidents across West Yorkshire on December 1.
In one incident, firefighters rescued a small puppy.
Firefighters from Hunslet White Watch attended a house where the puppy had become trapped under the floor boards.
Crews cut a hole in a kitchen cupboard to enable the safe rescue.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "Yesterday our crews attended 78 incidents across West Yorkshire......including this puppy rescue!
"Firefighters from Hunslet White Watch attended a house where this little puppy had become trapped under the floor boards!
"Luckily our crews managed to cut a hole in a kitchen cupboard and rescued the pup to safety!
"Brilliant work all round!"
Social media users took to Facebook to sing the praises of the service.
One user said: "Great work!
Another added: "Well done all involved!"
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