A Yonkers man and his dog didn't hesitate to jump into a frozen lake in Irvington to rescue two stranded dogs in need of help.
Timofey Yuriev was walking his dog Kira last weekend at the O'Hara Nature Center when he noticed the older dogs crossing the lake on the ice.
After he saw the dogs fall in, he said he knew help wouldn't arrive fast enough so he took off most of his clothes and jumped in -- breaking the ice along as he went.
Yuriev grew up in Kazakhstan and said his grandfather taught him to swim in ice in Siberia when he was 7 years old.
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Lucky this is USA and not germany. In germany nobody helps, because afterwards you get ridiculed by peope for "trying to show of your masculinity" . Compliment for Ice-swimmig-man, and compliment, that your country is not as gay as mine.
+sergei vinogradov Yes I understand. Met many russians in the past, and it always was a pleasure. But from my understanding he is living at some american lake, and the dog rescue was also at some american lake.
So the owners were not there? Did the owners claim their doggies or know they were trapped in the ice? What a wonderful man. I thought his wife was the owner but she was filming. Kira was fantastic touching their nose. Did the dogs have owners? I hope so. Or I hope they were adopted by caring people.
My goodness thankfully this man was nearby to save these dogs and his own dog kira jumped right in with her owner, amazing man and his dog. This is such a risky rescue, what a smart grandfather he had to teach him such skills. Really love his dog kira lol and how she just jumped right in and nudged the other dog to come on and follow them, AWESOME!! Thank you for saving these two fur babies ❤
+Sergey Macolin and of course - only you, who was born (maybe living now) in Russia or former USSR have heard that he is from Russia. @ Lisa Pdx what western civilization values you are talking about?(facepalm) Yes, Timofey (not Tim) lives in the US wright now, but his values were learned in Russia.
+chris kershaw You need to know about those Muslims who feed dogs stranded in an island. Nobody knows where the dogs were from, but presume the dogs were left by the US military when they left for the US. They say they want to feed those dogs so they can do something good in the name of their God. Not all Muslims avoid dogs, that's for sure. There are many Muslims who love animals.
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