Lucky dog rescued by workman after leash caught in elevator doors

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This is the heartstopping moment a dog’s leash got caught in a pair of closing elevator doors in an apartment block in Hubei, China, leaving it hanging from the ceiling when the lift started moving. The little white pup was lucky to escape with its life when a shocked delivery man opened the elevator doors moments later and rescued it by freeing the dog from its collar. A video of the incident, which happened on October 23, was caught on CCTV camera at a residential building in the city of Jingmen.

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