Reporters interrupt live TV broadcast to save dogs from flood in two separate incidents in Peru (Watch Videos)

Nithya Nair
A video posted by Latina Noticias, a Peruvian news channel, on March 28 shows their reporter Aaron Rodriguez helping a dog which was struggling to swim in water.

In two separate incidents of its kind, two journalists from Peru are being appreciated for their civic sense after they rescued stray dogs from flood waters. Interrupting their live television broadcasting, these men saved lives of two animals from the destructive floods. Massive floods in Peru has affected over 640,000 people and left many more homeless. While rescue operations continue, these videos have made to the talk of the internet town.

A video posted by Latina Noticias, a Peruvian news channel, on March 28 shows their reporter Aaron Rodriguez helping a dog which was struggling to swim in water. Rodriguez was reporting in the floods in the South American country when he spotted a dog trying to swim in the water. The reporter then lifts it and walks towards dry land.  Rodriguez was reporting in the floods in the South American country when he spotted a dog trying to swim in the water. The reporter then lifts it and walks towards dry land.

Another Latina Noticias reporter, Ricardo Reyna also did something similar that has now gone viral. The video shows a dog trying to get out of water in Peru’s Cajamarquilla region when the reporter picks it up. The video was also shared by a Peruvian Facebook page where it was nearly almost 2 million times. Both the reporters were praised for their heroic deeds. Thousands of people are still struggling to recover after the torrential rain that resulted in major destruction. Dozens of people were also reportedly killed in the deadly floods. While destruction has wrapped Peru from all sides more incessant rains are expected in the coming days. 7 Beautiful dog stories that will make you want to adopt a dog right now!

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