PARADISE, Calif. - A heart-warming photo shared widely on Facebook shows a Placer County deputy saving dogs from the massive Camp Fire burning in Butte County.
Numerous California agencies helping during the Camp Fire includes the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
They posted a Facebook photo showing them rescuing two canines.
In the picture you can see a smiling deputy with what appears to be a German Shephard on his lap and a Labrador behind them, popping his head out of the car window.
It is unknown who the dogs belong to and if they were reunited with their owners.
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