People who died to save his four-legged friends. Part 2
We all love our pets. According to most studies, people would rather save the life of your pet, rather than the other person. And such studies have sad confirmation in the form of mortality statistics, for example, during traffic accidents, when a man, seeing the animal runs out on the track, trying to unscrew the wheel sharply and did not face the animal.
The last part of the article we told you about a few stories where people have saved their four-legged friends with their lives. Today we will continue this theme and tell a few of these stories.
Donald Langford very close friends with their neighbors. They worked together in the garage, playing cards, as well as a variety of board games in the evening, and, of course, loved to drink. One of his friends had a dog, Italian Mastiff named Bella that Donald was very fond of, and at times even walking a. One day the three friends fixed the truck in his garage in March 2017. Bella slept somewhere nearby. In the old electrical wiring in a short circuit, sparks ignited a bug with gasoline, and the fire started in the workshop.
The three men ran and called 911. Then, Donald remembered that Bella is still inside. He ran into the burning car repair shop and found the dog. The only problem was that the flames became so strong that to get out is no longer possible. Friends tried to get Donald, but instead they inhale the smoke. When firefighters arrived on the scene and extinguished the flames, they discovered that Donald hugs Bella, apparently covering her with his body from the fire. Friends Donald Langford survived.
Jacqueline Watts - a 33-year-old woman, who led the organization for the protection of animals in southern Indiana. The woman had a lot of dogs, but the one she loved the most. Dog named Ringo. From cataracts, he was blind, but beyond that Ringo was also deaf. Jacqueline decided to take the dog to him and take care of it at home, because the previous owners just abandoned him and left in one of the shelters. Not many people would have gone to such a move, considering how the dog was sick, and what kind of help she needed, but Watts took up the challenge.
Unfortunately, one day Ringo was missing. Jacqueline was hanging announcement of its loss throughout the city and desperately asked for help to find her beloved dog. In March 2017, just a few days after the disappearance of Ringo, Jacqueline did not come home. Her body was found on a sandbank in the middle of the river. Nearby stood a machine. The keys were still in the ignition, and the engine is running in idle, as if she wanted to return to his car. Her family and friends knew that she had left her home to find the dog. Therefore, they could only assume that she saw Ringo and tried to rescue him from the water, but she died.
Scott Ulffu was 61 years, and his life was falling apart. Just one year after his wife's death he lost his house, and all that is in his left is his beloved pit bull named by Astrid. The man did not bother his son and talk about what was left without a home. It may have played a role of a sense of shame, perhaps, a sense of pride. Scott hoped to find a new job and break the vicious circle of failure once and for all without any help. Within a few months of a man begging on the street. Ulff pay a symbolic sum of one of the local family restaurants in Jacksonville, Florida, that he and his little Astrid could eat it (scraps from time to time).
This is the restaurant located next to the bridge, under which many homeless people like to sleep, because there is, basically, no one can see. November 13, 2017 Dog Scott Astrid heard a train going over the bridge. She was scared, so running out onto the tracks and stood directly face to face with the train, it began to bark loudly. Desperate to save his four-legged friend, Scott also got back on track and tried to take away her away, but nothing came of it, and they both fell under the train. According to the words of James (the son of the deceased), he had a good relationship with his father. If only he knew that his father was not at home and was in such a difficult situation, he would have gladly helped him.
In November 2017 a 62-year-old lover of dogs Rebecca Hasty walked one town in the state of Georgia, when she heard a prolonged howl of some dog. Apparently, someone had kicked puppy, and he was lying on the roadside. She stayed with the dog, trying to do everything possible to save her life. Two motorists who were driving on the road, stopped his car and turned on the emergency gang. One of the drivers of cars parked on the roadside, and the second driver for some reason, decided to leave his truck Dodge Dakota in 1992 in the middle of the street.
On the truck also flashes emergency gang. The street was dark, because it was almost half past seven in the evening. Because of all this turmoil on the road, one from passing drivers lost control. The car crashed into a pole and killed as a puppy, and people stopped to help him.