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DC Fire Rescues Black Labrador Stuck in Storm Drain for Hours

In a video posted by D.C. Fire, Brady walks out of the drain as first responders cheer and call his name

DC Fire and EMS

A lucky black Labrador and his human were reunited Saturday after D.C. Fire Special Ops Rescue saved the dog from a storm drain.

The dog, Brady, was stuck inside of a storm drain off the 4200 block of Edmunds Street Northwest in Glover Park, about 100 yards into a wooded area of Glover-Archbold Park, D.C. Fire said.

"Brady! Come here, my boy! Oh, my boy!" his owner yelled when the pup emerged.

In a video posted by D.C. Fire, Brady walks out of the drain as first responders cheer and call his name. He waddles through water, tail-wagging, into the arms of his owner.

Brady was stuck for several hours with water flowing through the drain, but the department did not say how the pooch became stuck.

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