Dog drowned in basement

Dog drowns in basement of family home

On Sunday, a dog in Virginia suffered an unusual and terrible fate in the basement of his family’s home. As reported by WSLS News, a dog drowned when the basement of a home in Christiansburg flooded.

The police responded to the resident on the 800 block of College Street and the dog was pulled from the flooded area, but it was too late, the dog had already died.

According to the report, nobody else was injured in the flooding.

Rest in peace.

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2 replies
    • Becky says:

      Try not to jump to conclusions. A friend of mine is neighbors with the dog’s owner. It was a flash flood, and a whole basement wall collapsed in with rushing water. The owner was devastated- it was a much- loved family pet.

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