DENVER (KDVR) – A Capitol Hill woman says a warning from her pet dog helped her save a man’s life.
Allison, who did not want to give her last name, said she has just started fostering Haze, a rescue dog. She said that last weekend, Haze in many ways came to the rescue. The 22-year-old said she was working from her apartment when Haze started getting upset about something outside her door.
“Fog, foster rescue dogAllison said.
Surveillance video shows Allison driving outside the parking lot, where she spotted a vehicle and the driver told her the passenger was unwell. Allison called 911. When the passenger stopped breathing, she was instructed to perform CPR.
Medical staff arrived shortly after. The man survived.
Allison said she has not contacted him since, to check on his welfare. She studied CPR in both Ukraine and Nicaragua.
Haze was rescued by the group, CLAWAor, Colorado Liaison for Animal Welfare Coalition. He is still eligible for adoption.
“If Haze hadn’t come to the door,” she said, “I wouldn’t have known they were outside. If it weren’t for the dog, I wouldn’t have known this was happening. So glad I have Haze in my house at the moment. ”
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