- Mexico City was hit with an estimated magnitude 7.1 earthquake in September 2017.
- Frida, a rescue dog, was on site to try and help save people.
- She was credited with saving at least 12 lives.
- In July 2018, a statue was unveiled of Frida and her trainer Israel Arauz.
- Frida appeared to take a liking to her statue.
We all know that dogs are too good for this world, but they rarely ever get recognition the way that people do. But thankfully, the people of Mexico City have changed that.
Frida, an eight-year-old rescue dog, was credited with saving at least 12 lives in the aftermath of the 2017 Central Mexican Earthquake. The earthquake, which registered at 7.1, claimed almost 400 lives, according to CBS News.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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