Sunday, December 5, 2021

Ring Cam records a jogger rescuing strangers’ pets from the house fire as he walks by

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The man, identified by KSBW as Paul Murphy, was on the run when he swirled on smoke in a house in Scotts Valley, California.

A ring camera spotted a California Good Samaritan rescuing a rabbit, cat, and two dachshunds from a stranger’s home.

The homeowners who were absent at the time were unaware of the dangers posed by their pets. Until Murphy used her ring security camera to communicate with them.

Speaking to WTHR 13, homeowner Courtney Polito said she “walks back and forth” like Murphy.

“So I replied to that and he said, ‘Hello, do you see smoke coming out of your house?'”

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Smoke alarms went off and Polito gave Murphy the passcode, who went into the house to rescue the furry friends.

Polito also noted that they would have lost everything if Murphy hadn’t stepped in to help when he did.

“The fire department said there were 10 minutes left and the house would be gone,” she said.

Her husband Tony told the outlet that “it takes a certain type of person” to enter a stranger’s burning house to save pets.

It’s unclear what Murphy did to the animals, but by the time the firefighters arrived to put out the flames, he was already on his way.

Scotts Valley Chief Battalion Chief Andrew LoFronc told WTHR 13 that this was the first time the agency saw someone “use a ring doorbell system to alert 911 and the homeowners.”

Courtney Polito said she was looking forward to “hugging” Murphy.

“I want to hug him. I’m taking him to lunch. I’ll bring him dinner. I don’t know … I just want to thank him so much and tell him how grateful we are. “

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