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Curry The Dog Rescued By Firefighters After Falling Into Icy Lake

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Columbia firefighters Jim Broshears and Drew Pansing make their way through an icy lake to get to Curry, a pup who fell through a thin layer of ice.
Columbia firefighters Jim Broshears and Drew Pansing make their way through an icy lake to get to Curry, a pup who fell through a thin layer of ice.

Curry the pup was safely pulled from an icy lake Sunday afternoon, Feb. 3, after falling through the ice near his home in the 6700 block of Stone Ridge Estates in rural Columbia. Owner Kathy Parres is thankful to the Columbia Fire Department for rushing to the scene and rescuing her dog. The vet said …

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