Cohoes Police Officer Makes Daring Deer Rescue on Thin Ice
Cohoes Police Officer Makes Daring Deer Rescue on Thin Ice. Watch the Video Below...
I'm sure if you asked Cohoes police office, Mathew Putnam, if he's a hero, he'd probably (very humbly I might add) just tell you that he was doing his job. But this is some next-level stuff here and it's not only because he braved icy waters of an Upstate NY pond to save a trapped deer, but it's also how quickly and efficiently he got on the ice, risking his own safety.
Video shows a police officer in Cohoes making a daring rescue after a deer became trapped on thin ice over the weekend.
The video was captured by an onlooker and was quickly shared by News Channel 13.
In the video, you can see officer Putnam struggling a bit to get the deer off the slippery surface of Van Schaick Island Pond at the Winter Carnival celebration on Saturday.
A similar situation happened last month when a police officer in Upstate New York trapped a dog on thin ice.
Bodycam video shows a police officer in Upstate New York sprinting to save a dog trapped in an icy lake. Watch how he navigated the thin ice to return the pup safely to its owners by clicking the link here.