Summary:Occurred 26th July 2018, Omsk, Russia. ''Eyewitnesses called rescuers at the crossroads of Kemerovo and Tarskaya streets. Passers-by told the department that a small dog was stuck between the walls of the garages. He was already panting from the 30-degree heat and lack of oxygen. The sympathizers poured water on the dog and begged the rescuers to come as soon as possible. The fire service promptly arrived at the site and tried to save the puppy by traditional methods - a rope loop and a hook. But the kid got stuck tight, and even moving the walls with a hydraulic installation did not help the dog get out. With every minute, the puppy who got into trouble got worse and worse. Therefore rescuers had to get permission from law enforcement agencies to destroy the wall of one of the garages. Employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations broke it with a sledgehammer and cut the reinforcement. The liberated puppy rewarded his rescuers with a thankful wagging tail and licking hands, and they in turn gave the animal a drink and washed his face. Rescuers found the owner of the dog. He was 71-year-old pensioner. Three months Tommy gave directly into the hands of the moved dog. The man promised to reward the fluffy sufferer with a bone and meat.''