N.J. Task Force One Rescues Four-Legged Friends in Texas

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After being deployed to Texas on Sunday, August 27th, to help with relief efforts related to Hurricane Harvey, New Jersey Task Force One (NJ-TF1) has been keeping busy rescuing stranded victims of all kinds.

In an update on Thursday, August 31st, officials with the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) stated the Task Force spent the day conducting rescue operations, saving quite a few four-legged friends.

The rescued dogs are now safe, fed, and in a dry place to sleep.

The NJOEM wants to remind everyone in the South Jersey community to always include your pets in your emergency plans.

Task Force One crews will be continuing their rescue efforts into Labor Day weekend. 

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