Officer Breaks Open Door to Rescue Dog Stuck in Burning Florida Home

A deputy with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office in Florida broke open a glass door to rescue a dog that was stuck in a burning house on March 28, footage published by the sheriff’s office shows.

The incident happened when deputies arrived at a house on fire on Princess Dolores Drive in Palm Coast.

“While on the scene, Deputy Jeckovich could hear scratching from behind the front door. Deputy Jekovich quickly broke the door, allowing the dog to escape the home, which was fully [engulfed] in flames,” the sheriff’s office said.

“While the dog was a little shaken up, there were no serious injuries. The homeowners were not home at the time of the fire but were relieved to be reunited with their pet when they arrived on the scene.” Credit: Flagler County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful