Dog injured and stuck on frozen train tracks saved by furry friend

Jan 2, 2017; 8:00 AM ET An injured dog in the Ukraine was unable to move off of railroad tracks but her companion stayed with her for two days. And that's not the most amazing part.

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+9 1. ChuckMaurice commented 2 years ago

So a guy preferred recording the injured female dog on the rails while the train was driving over instead of rescuing her ? Is there something I didn't get ?
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0 2. Klemm commented 2 years ago

Yeah, for two days no less!
I guess he was hoping for many likes in f***book 'n utube. I would not be surprised if he nailed one of them on the track himself.
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+6 3. Scotsman50 commented 2 years ago

#1 for two days the male dog would not let anyone near them so i am guessing that it was not an instant turn up and pick the dogs up.

They were used to trains passing over them so again only a guess that when rescuers turned up and trains passing every 30 mins they decided to record 1 going over them like anyone would probably do until they gained enough trust to remove the injured one from the rails.:squirrel::squirrel:
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+2 4. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

What ever the in's and out's are it's a lovely story with a great ending. I love dogs.<3
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-2 5. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#4 I agree, it's the ending that counts...and it was definitely a good one! :) I also love dogs (Harvey is still coughing! :|)
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0 6. pocketchange commented 2 years ago

#2 Nice low life comment way to go!!!!:(