A dramatic animal rescue was caught on police body cameras on August 11 in Solano, California. As the Nelson Fire raced towards the south end of town, it looked like the Solano SPCA would be the first to be hit by the flames. Vacaville Police released this video of officers rescuing animals inside the shelter on August 11 as the wildfire moved in closer.
Video 1 – Police body cameras capture a daring mission to save 60 shelter animals from California wildfire
Source: Global News
Video 2 – Dogs Are Frantically Rescued from Shelter Evacuated in California Wildfire
There was a frantic rush to rescue animals in danger in California. A rescue shelter in the line of the wildfires needed to be temporally evacuated. More than 60 cats and dogs were quickly carried out by cops. Their body cameras captured their daring mission on video.
Source: Inside Edition
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