13-Year-Old Saves Dog Trying To Escape From Hot Car

Bradley North was leaving school with his friends when he noticed something concerning - a dog left alone in a hot car, with no windows cracked.

The 13-year-old boy from Prestwich, England, started to head toward the dog, and the dog got so excited to see someone coming for him that he jumped through the closed window, accidentally hanging himself with his leash.

North immediately rushed over to him, and was able to get the leash unhooked, saving the dog's life.

The dog regained consciousness shortly after being saved, and North waited with him for another 15 minutes before his owner finally returned to the car.

North has a dog of his own, named Keyser, and wanted to help the dog the same way he hopes someone would help Keyser.

Thanks to the young boy, the dog is now safe, and it just goes to show that heroes can come in all sizes.

It's never very safe to leave a dog in a parked car. When it's 80 degrees outside, a parked car can heat up to 99 degrees inside in only 10 minutes. If you see a dog left alone in a car, there are a few things you can do to help make sure he gets out safely.