Raw video: Dog rescued from icy Wildwood, MO pond.

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Monarch firefighters staged a frigid water rescue on Saturday, saving a dog who had fallen through pond ice in Wildwood.

Fire Marshal Roger Herin said the crew was called to the 400 block of Pine Bend Drive around 2:45 p.m.

Herin said a dog named Gretchen was found submerged in icy water about 60 feet from the shore.

Eureka-Wilwood Patch:

Monarch’s Fire Marshal Roger Herin said the dog, Gretchen, was found to be approximately 60 feet off shore in water beyond the ice.

“Firefighter/Paramedic  Chris Marshall crawled out on the ice, went into the water, grabbed the  dog and slid back on the ice, saving the dog’s life,” said Herin.

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