Dogs Rescued After Becoming Stranded on Icy Pond in West Chicago by Firefighters

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West Chicago, IL – A dramatic rescue unfolded in West Chicago today as firefighters from the Black Shift Stations 6 & 7 conducted a successful operation to save three stranded dogs.

According to the West Chicago Fire Protection District, the rescue occurred this morning in the 700 block of Forest Avenue, where three dogs were found marooned on an island in the middle of a pond. The firefighters deployed water rescue equipment and managed to bring all three dogs to safety without any incidents. 

The swift and well-coordinated response highlights the district’s preparedness for such emergencies, ensuring the well-being of both residents and animals in the community.

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