Good Samaritans saved three dogs when they rushed into a burning apartment building in South Dakota.

Air Force member Spencer Butler, who helped save the pets, was on “Fox and Friends” this morning to discuss the rescue. Butler said he was on his way home from rock climbing when he saw a burning building, but no firefighters.

He and his friend, along with some strangers, dashed into the building in search of people, but instead found the three dogs.

One of the three dogs that they chased out of the building has yet to be found, Butler said, explaining that the pet is still frightened from the ordeal. Butler said that the dog has been spotted around the apartment complex, so there’s still hope that he will return home to his family.

Butler told Elisabeth Hasselbeck that he ran into the burning building because he wanted to help others.

“More people need to actually get involved, take action, instead of just be a bystander,” he said.

Butler captured the dramatic rescue on camera, and he is donating money made off his YouTube video (below) to individuals affected by the fire.

If you want to help, you can also donate to Security First Bank by calling 605-718-8060 and mentioning the Fire Relief Fund.


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