Police Officer Goes Above and Beyond to Rescue Dog From Car Accident
Sometimes, in the world of Second Amendment and political activism, negative stories involving police officers can become commonplace.
However, most officers are good people who want to make a positive impact on their communities.
Today we’d like to point out the actions of South Londonderry, PA Patrolman Nick Ague from back in August. Ague ran for over two miles to rescue a dog who was in a car accident. He then carried the injured dog 2 miles back to the scene of the accident.
Along with the above photo, the South Londonderry police department posted the following to their Facebook page.
On Sunday, August 11, 2013, South Londonderry Patrolman Nick Ague went the extra mile to make sure a dog made it back home. Two dogs had run from a vehicle after it was involved in a crash on the east side of Palmyra. One was captured. The other, a German Shepherd, made it across town and past South Lingle Avenue.
Eventually the dog made it to the area of the Lebanon-Dauphin County line where it was found. The dog was not willing to walk at this point, having suffered injuries to the pads on its paws.
The injuries were presumably from the lengthy run on the asphalt and other terrain. Facing no other good options, Patrolman Ague carried the dog a long way back to the owner’s vehicle.
Our Department salutes his efforts.