Kennewick firefighters rescue dog from underneath SUV

Dog rescued
Photos: Kennewick Firefighters Union, IAFF Local 1296

KENNEWICK, Wash. – A scared dog underneath an SUV was rescued on Monday morning in Kennewick.

Firefighters and police responded to Yelm and 27th Avenue around 8 a.m.

Captain Brian Ellis tells KAPP-KVEW the car passed over the dog, causing him to be scared.

First responders were able to coax the dog out from underneath the SUV and they say he only had a minor abrasion to his hind leg.

“If the Monday morning scaries hit you, find a better place to hide than under a car on 27th Avenue!” said firefighters in a Facebook post.

A police officer on scene knew who the dog belonged to and took him back home.

If the Monday morning scaries hit you, find a better place to hide than under a car on 27th Ave!Fortunately your…

Posted by Kennewick Firefighters Union, IAFF Local 1296 on Monday, February 24, 2020

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