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Heartfelt Apology From News Anchor Who Did'nt Save Dog In Hot Car


TV News Anchor Kyle Clark, from NBC's News 9 in Colorado, took to the airwaves this week to share a powerful story and a heartfelt apology — that he hopes will resonate among people with pets.

In the very personal and stirring segment, Clark describes an encounter he had on a hot day recently in a Denver parking lot. It was there that he heard the cries of a small dog trapped inside a car, left unattended to suffer in the scorching heat, and was compelled to try to help...... VIDEO / MORE ON THIS EMOTIONAL STORY HERE !

News Anchor , Kyle Clark -  Photo Shared by: Animal News Sentinel

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There’s a certain panic that sets in on a 90-degree day when you feel the hot asphalt reflecting the sun back onto your body, yet you are far cooler than the dog staring pitifully back at you from the inside of a parked car. Where is the owner? Will the police come? What should I do? A new legislative trend will allow you to take swift action to save a dog in distress before it’s too late.

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