A dog stuck on railroad tracks for days is rescued by deputies

An wounded puppy was recovered by Oklahoma sheriff's officers after nearly a week on train tracks.

Wagoner County Sheriff's Office released video of the incident Wednesday. 

The department said deputies received a call about the injured dog on Mar. 27."Deputy Hutton observed that a large dog had been hit by a train and was stuck between the railroad tracks," the office posted on Facebook.

The authorities got the dog to their car in under a minute. The pet was reunited with its family and treated at a local vet.

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It was discovered that the animal had been injured by a train three days prior to being located and could not free itself," the sheriff stated.

The Sheriff’s Office was pleased that the dog was located and hopes for a full recovery for the injured canine.

The officers were praised on Facebook for their bravery. "These guys do it all," local wrote. "Best sheriff, deputies, K9s, and tech. The best."

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