Pet rescued from McKinney fireplace close to Klamath . River

Good news and a bit of luck came from a devastating wildfire near the California-Oregon border when a photojournalist rescued a puppy that was wandering around the wreckage of the McKinney fire. Jonathan Rivas said he went to the community in the river Klamath. Early Saturday morning, just hours after the wildfire broke out, where he said there was a lot of damage, with trees and houses burned. Rivas said he was finishing filming a neighborhood when he heard screams. Photojournalist AIO Filmz said: ‘I heard screams in the distance, but I didn’t really know what it was, I thought it was an injured deer or one of the wild animals there. Photojournalist AIO Filmz said. “Suddenly this puppy ran up and ran to me. I was shocked to see it emerge from the rubble there.” Watch the full rescue video in the player above Puppy allows Rivas to come pick it up and put it in the back of her car. Rivas said: ‘He was so excited, wagging his tail, I was talking to him like I was talking to my dog, I picked him up, put him in the trunk of my car. Drive to Yreka and drop him off at a shelter. Rivas posted the video on social media, where he found the puppy’s family. The puppy has been reunited with its family. | VIDEO | See the full story behind the rescue below “Reuniting with their family and after hearing their story it made me feel good, I just feel happy, I have come to the right place and at the right time,” Rivas said.

Good news and a bit of luck came from a devastating wildfire near the California-Oregon border when a photojournalist rescued a puppy wandering around the ruins of McKinney Fire.

Jonathan Rivas said he arrived in the Klamath River community early Saturday morning, just hours after the bushfire broke out, where he said there was a lot of damage, with trees and houses burned.

Rivas said he was finishing filming a neighborhood when he heard screams.

Photojournalist AIO Filmz said: ‘I heard screams in the distance, but I didn’t really know what it was, I thought it was an injured deer or one of the wild animals there. Photojournalist AIO Filmz said. “Suddenly this puppy ran up and ran to me. I was shocked to see it emerge from the rubble there.”

  • Watch the full rescue video in the player above

The puppy is very excited to see Rivas in the video.

The puppy allowed Rivas to come pick him up and put him in the back of his car.

Rivas said: ‘He was enjoying himself, he was wagging his tail, I was talking to him like I was talking to my dog, I picked him up, put him in the trunk of my car.

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The puppy was rescued by a photojournalist from the McKinney Fire while filming a video of the damage near the Klamath River.

He gave him some water before driving to Yreka and dropping him off at a shelter.

Rivas posted the video on social media, where he found the puppy’s family. The puppy has been reunited with its family.

| VIDEO | See the full story behind the rescue below

“Reuniting with their families and after hearing their stories it made me feel good, I just felt happy, I came to the right place at the right time,” Rivas said.

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