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The deputy and deputy trainee rescued the puppy from the hot car on Saturday. (Escambia County Sheriff's Office). A deputy and deputy trainee with a Florida sheriff’s office rescued a puppy locked in a hot car Saturday, authorities said. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriff Matheny and Deputy Sheriff Trainee Waters responded to a call about the puppy, which was “squealing, panting heavily, and in distress,” authorities said in a Facebook post , adding Saturday’s temperature reached 92 degrees. The car’s driver was nowhere to be found, according to the statement. Since the puppy was in a “continued state of panic and distress,” Matheny decided to break the driver’s side window and pull the puppy out. Full story

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