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This Video Of Police Saving A Drowning Dog Is An Emotional Rollercoaster

After flash floods devastated a Colombian town earlier this week, police scrambled to rescue a dog caught in rushing waters.

Last updated on July 3, 2018, at 1:16 p.m. ET

Posted on May 21, 2015, at 7:41 p.m. ET

This week heavy rains triggered a landslide that rushed through Salgar, Colombia. At least 60 people have died, the BBC reports.

Flash floods swept through the area, tearing through a ravine while destroying homes and cars. Residents had little to no warning as the waters descended. At least 1,000 have been evacuated as efforts to find survivors continue.
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Flash floods swept through the area, tearing through a ravine while destroying homes and cars. Residents had little to no warning as the waters descended. At least 1,000 have been evacuated as efforts to find survivors continue.

Today, Colombian National Police released a video of a dog rescue amid harrowing flood waters.

Policía Nacional de Colombia / Via youtube.com

You can see the strong current dragging the dog while officers try to catch up in the Liboriana ravine.

The officer climbs into the ravine and grabs the struggling dog.

Policía Nacional de Colombia / Via youtube.com

After receiving resuscitation and medical care, the dog appears to survive.

Watch the dramatic rescue below.

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