Kindhearted students pull off courageous upside-down salvation mission to save dog who fell in canal


When people help animals, it’s always inspiring, but some people really go above and beyond to save the day. In order to save a dog from a canal, a group of students performed an impressive upside-down rescue.

Jack Spencer Furmston and Ben Camphor, two 20-year-old students in Manchester, England, saw a stranger in trouble as they were walking home from a coffee shop.

MailOnline says that a dog named Sumak had fallen into the Ancoats Canal and that its owner, Batu Akyol, was having trouble holding onto the leash.

Jack and Ben made the decision to stop and offer assistance to the dog, who was frantically clinging to the wall’s side. Ben told MailOnline that everyone was in a panic.

I put my jumper down and got to work because I couldn’t let that dog down and not help. “They embarked on a daring rescue mission as others joined in:

Five others held Ben’s feet as he plunged headfirst over the wall.

Ben was able to reach the dog in the water while upside-down and pull him to safety. Dabhidh MchicEamailinn recorded the rescue and posted it to Twitter.

After they have brought the dog to safety, cheers can be heard. Over 2.8 million people have viewed the video on Twitter, and many of them have hailed the rescuers as heroes.

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