Police officers save dog who dug herself under a house in West Seneca
WEST SENECA, N.Y. (WHEC) — Two Western New York police officers spent a chunk of their Monday digging, trying to reach a dog named Buttercup.
The West Seneca Police Department documented the rescue on Twitter.
West Seneca Police said Buttercup managed to dig her way deep under a house and couldn’t get out, so the two responding officers grabbed a shovel and started digging until they could reach her.
We’ve brought in the heavy machinery. Not a precision machine though as he just shoveled dirt on Officer Rave’s head. pic.twitter.com/GlPjyCxo5t— West Seneca Police (@wspolice) August 2, 2021
SUCCESS! Buttercup has been saved. Gold medals for everyone. pic.twitter.com/XvCOwymtAg— West Seneca Police (@wspolice) August 2, 2021
They pulled Buttercup to safety and they say she was OK.