Rescue dog Frida who gained international attention during the 2017 Mexico earthquake has died

Frida, the rescue dog from the Secretary of the Navy (SEMAR) who became famous for her rescue work after the earthquake on September 19, 2017, died this Tuesday, November 15, due to conditions typical of her age. The official agency confirmed the death of the canine, who was reported as ill in previous months, through her social networks.

Through their social networks, SEMAR dedicated an emotional video where they recalled the rescue work in collapsed structures that Frida led almost from her birth, on April 12, 2009.

“In uncertainty, your barking meant hope. With your . . .

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