Engine 427, West Springfield, responded to a ruff and far-fetched rescue last night. A small dog was trapped in an HVAC duct. Crews took a paws to shed light on dogs location and work out strategy. Firefighter Williams cut a hole in ceiling and retrieved dog. A pawsitive outcome! pic.twitter.com/y9Gr46Ts0x
— Fairfax Fire/Rescue (@ffxfirerescue) October 21, 2018
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The big unanswered question that the news stories I’ve seen don’t address is how did the dog get in the HVAC duct. My guess is a floor vent without a grille on it, but I would love to know more.