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Chauffeur Stops On Brooklyn Bridge To Retrieve Tiny Dog

Posted on June 24, 2016

Chauffeur Garrick Quinones of Limousine of New York was driving a last week when he saw a car stopped in the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge. He noticed a little dog limping underneath the vehicle, and pulled over his limousine to hurry over and help.

“The dog was nervous and didn’t want to move from under the car so I went back to my limousine to find something I could use as a leash,” said Garrick Quinones. “Thank God I quickly found my phone cord and went back under the car to get him.”

After a few tries the stray allowed Quinones to put a cord on him, and lead him slowly out — all while cars were rushing by and honking.

Good News Network article here

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