NEW JERSEY - Police came to the rescue of a pup named 'Scott' at the Journal Square PATH Station.
The Pomeranian got its paw stuck at the bottom of the escalator on Thursday. Two nearby Port Authority Police and EMS heard its owner scream and the dog yelling and began to help. They were able to stop the escalator and safely free the dog.
The officers also hailed a cab for Scott and his owner so he could be treated at an animal hospital, tweeted the Port Authority.
The transit agency published a photo of a happy Scott, his rescuers and owner.
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