Fargo responders rescue dog from icy river

A cold and whining black lab was only able to pull himself halfway onto the ice after falling in the Red River. Officials from the Fargo Fire Department donned ice rescue gear to pull the grateful pup from the water. The rescuer brought along a video camera as he wandered out onto the ice.
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A black lab was only able to pull himself halfway onto the ice after falling in the Red River. Officials from the Fargo Fire Department donned ice rescue gear to pull the grateful pup from the water. The whole thing took less than a minute and a half. Forum Communications reports they returned the dog, named Jake, to his owner. 

Here's video footage from the rescue crew:

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