Police in Georgia released video Thursday morning of two dogs being rescued from a boiling hot car in a movie theater parking lot over the weekend.
A concerned citizen called 911 after finding a dog left in a hot car Sunday afternoon, WSB reports. Roswell police said officers arrived at the Studio Movie Grill about 18 seconds later. One of those officers was wearing a body camera that captured the entire rescue.
According to a Roswell police report, it was 89 degrees outside with 52 percent humidity that day. But inside the Chevrolet Impala, it was much hotter. The officer’s thermometer read 167 degrees in the front seat, despite the fact that all four windows were cracked.
“The windows were actually cracked. All of the windows were cracked. But that doesn’t mean, you know, that the car is getting any sort of breeze. It was parked directly in the sunshine. There was no …
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