Golden Retriever Rescued from Charles River


This past week a five-year-old golden retriever named Crosby
dared to walk too far on the ice of the Charles River. Crosby slipped through
the ice and into the water. Thankfully the Wellesley Fire Department came to
his rescue.

Firefighter Dave Papazian went into the cold water after
Crosby. The dog was 50 yards off shore but very cooperative with Papazian.

The video of the rescue went viral and relatives of Papazian
in California saw it on their local news. Papazian tells Wicked Local, it was an ordinary rescue but bringing back a family’s dog on Christmas Eve makes it
all the more special.

Once back on shor, Fire Captain Jim Dennehy and Police
Officer Tim Gover dried up Crosby to keep him healthy after his polar plunge.
Crosby was then reunited with his family.

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