Dog Rescued From Burning Apartment by Giglio Boys – East Harlem Giglio Society
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Dog Rescued From Burning Apartment by Giglio Boys

Dog Rescued From Burning Apartment by Giglio Boys

BULLETIN…NEWSBREAK

 East Harlem Giglio Boys Rescue Dog From Burning Apartment!

On July 26 while the Giglio Tower was being built, smoke was spotted coming from Pleasant Avenue and 115th street in East Harlem.The Giglio Builders immediately sprung into action disregarding their own safety.

While a call was being put into 911, Jimmy Chesnos climbed onto the ledge of the apartment and broke a window, Gregory Esposito handed him an extinguisher he had obtained and the fire was put out.

While doing so, Jimmy discovered a Boxer dog tied to the stove. Jimmy cut the tie and rescued the dog from the smoke filled apartment..Aside from being a bit stressed…the dog was fine and has been placed in a temporary home…

Here are a couple of photos of the incident along with the lucky dog afterwards–all recovered……

 

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2 Responses to “Dog Rescued From Burning Apartment by Giglio Boys”

  1. That building looks familiar. I used to live at 437 E 114th (just west of Rao’s) which burned down in 1975 and has since become a public garden.

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