Penzance fire crew smashes car window to free trapped dogs

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-Credit: (Image: Penzance Community Fire Station)


A fire crew has come to the rescue after two dogs were locked in a car. One crew from Penzance was called to attend the incident in St Buryan, near Penzance.

A call came in after two dogs were accidentally locked inside of a car. With no way to get them out, firefighters had to smash a window.

The crew used "breaking in gear" and "small tools" to smash a rear window of the vehicle. The two dogs, that were both pointers, were then freed.

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The call to Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service came in at 8.21am on Monday (May 27). A spokesperson said: "One crew from Penzance attended a call to two dogs who had accidentally been locked in a car. Firefighters used breaking in gear and small tools to break a rear window of the vehicle to release the two Pointers."

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