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Description: A dog was spotted on the tracks of a Metra train in Peru, without being able to get to safety

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« on: July 10, 2015, 07:05:20 PM »
Peru Metro Station Manager - DonĂ¢??t Punish Woman For Saving Dog on Tracks

A dog was spotted on the tracks of a Metra train in Peru, without being able to get to safety. The dog kept trying to find a way off the tracks while many looked on. Though no one else attempted to help the animal before a train approached, one woman made the move to save the dog. The woman was at a train station by the tracks waiting for a train in Lima, Peru. She spotted the dog trying to get off the tracks without any other help and then made the split decision to check if the coast was clear before jumping in to carry the dog off to safety. Most of the people and local media believed her to be a hero in saving this life but now the train station officials want to press charges and a law suit against her for illegally getting on the tracks.
The train officials believe that the woman should have ?trusted that they would do their job instead of defying the rules.? We are urging your help and support through the signing and sharing of this petition to ensure this woman is not punished for her impulsive but selfless act of trying to save a life. She did not intend to disobey rules not to jump on the tracks; her compassion and care for animals kicked in to protect this animal. We are asking that she not be charged and punished for her good deed actions.

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