As images of Hurricane Sandy's destruction emerge, it comes as a relief to see heartwarming video of the brave rescues being carried out, and RadarOnline.com has a clip that will really help bring on the feel good factor in the middle of adversity.
CNN affiliate WABC in New Jersey captured a scene of one family being safely brought out of their flooded home on a raft in the freezing water, and thankfully, even the beloved family pet is carried to safety.
One member of the rescue team is shown carrying a little boy piggy back while another cradles a tiny baby wrapped in a blanket.
A third carries a bewildered little miniature pinscher dog in his arms, bringing it out of harm’s way.
Hurricane Sandy has caused damages estimated to cost between $10 and $20 billion.
As RadarOnlie.com exclusively reported, one brave NY firefighter claimed that the destruction has been unlike anyone has ever seen before.
"What happened here is along the lines of Biblical," Firefighter Smith, FDNY Special Operations Command, said. "There were 100 houses on fire; the levels of devastation are unimaginable."
Thankfully this dog, baby and little boy are safe, dry and out of danger.
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