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Injured Dog On Frozen Rail Track Protected By Faithful Companion

Written by Ana Krneta
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A video that has come from Uzhhgorod, Ukraine, is further proof that dogs are too good for this world. Very few humans could ever actually match the genuine goodness and selflessness that emanates from a dog’s heart.

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Two dogs, Panda and Lucy, got away from their owners when Lucy ended up injuring herself. As if that wasn't bad enough, Lucy was injured right on top of train tracks and couldn't walk off, leaving her right in the path of trains that regularly go over those tracks.

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Her best friend, Panda, was not about to leave her alone; he stayed with Lucy the entire time. Even when the train was going over them, he didn't let his fear get the best of him. He layed down next to his pal and pushed her head down so they would both be safe while the train passed over them.

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Denis Malafeev was the one who found them and took the video. He told ‘Metro’: 'I got a phone call from a friend who said that there were two dogs lying on the railway track near Tseglovka village for two days. I saw the train approaching and felt sick.’

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Her best friend, Panda, was not about to leave her alone; he stayed with Lucy the entire time. Even when the train was going over them, he didn't let his fear get the best of him. He layed down next to his pal and pushed her head down so they would both be safe while the train passed over them.

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Denis Malafeev was the one who found them and took the video. He told ‘Metro’: 'I got a phone call from a friend who said that there were two dogs lying on the railway track near Tseglovka village for two days. I saw the train approaching and felt sick.’

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