Dog Miraculously Survives Fall From Six-Storey Building in New York As It Lands on Car's Sunroof! (Watch Video)
Dog survives fall from building in New York (Photo Credits: Instagram)

A dog fell off the roof of a six-storey building in New York and was miraculously saved. The little bulldog had let of off its leash and was walking down the building's stairway when the incident occurred. Winston was returning home from their night walk when the bulldog removed the leash and leapt ahead. While the fall could have proven fatal for Witson, he, fortunately, landed on the sunroof of a car parked below. The dog only had minor injuries and scratches on its body. Dog Saves Girl from Falling and Drowning, Viral Video Leaves Internet in Tears.

Describing the heartbreaking incident, Heinrich took to Instagram writing, "Before he could slow himself down it was too late and I watched him disappear over the edge, falling six stories landing with a terrifying crash." Talking about the incident, Heinrich told CBS News, "In a panic, I rushed downstairs trying to prepare myself to pick up my lifeless dog. It was one of the most terrifying moments that I've experienced. It was really, really scary. The three seconds between him going over the edge and making impact felt like hours." New York Dog Dies Saving Couple From Massive Fire, Owners in Deep Pain.

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We now interrupt your regularly programmed negative news stories to bring you one with a miracle happy ending! *Winston is unenthused about being on the local news. He told me he won’t settle for anything less than @theellenshow moving forward.* . . Our Frenchie Winston got loose in the stairwell of our LES apartment building and managed to make it onto the roof. Trying to play a game of keepaway he dashed away from me and ran the length of the roof toward the front edge. Before he could slow himself down it was too late and I watched him disappear over the edge, falling six stories landing with a terrifying crash. In a panic, I rushed downstairs trying to prepare myself to pick up my lifeless dog. I reach the street to not only find him alive, but sitting up in the front seat of a parked car looking at the stunned crowd surrounding him. He managed to break his fall perfectly on top of the car’s closed sunroof. He crashed through it and tumbled safely into the front seat. I was in shock. I frantically climbed on the hood of the car and by the skin of his neck pulled Winston through the broken sunroof, handing him off to my husband as I searched for the closest 24 hour animal hospital. He had a few cuts and scrapes and was hyperventilating, but didn’t express any signs of being in pain. We rushed him to @bluepearlvet as fast as we could and I handed him over, with tears on my face and blood on my hands. Miraculously he did not break a single bone in his body. Bruising to his lungs kept him in an oxygen chamber for his 36-hour stay, but all signs of bruising were gone at the time of his release. He has literally walked away from this with nothing more than a couple stitches. We are so grateful for every single coincidence that allowed him to survive this fall. It truly is nothing short of a miracle. 😇 . . #famous #miracle #survivor #frenchbulldog #frenchiesofinstagram #frenchie #frenchies #dogsofinstagram #dogoftheday #instagood #igdaily #cutedogs #viral #localnews #lowereastside #nyc #ibelieveicanfly #superdog #9lives #ellendegeneres #helpus #vetbillsfordays #worthit

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However, the dog survived the fall as it crashed through the sunroof of a car parked on the street. Heinrich said that she came down running to see her dog 'heavily panting'. Witson had suffered bruises and a cut on his leg. The dog was helped out of the car as bystanders watched in horror. People were stunned to know that the dog ha survived the fall.

The dog was immediately rushed to the hospital and spent 36 hours in an oxygen chamber. She said, "I'm still trying to wrap my head around the astronomical odds of him walking away from this fall with nothing more than a few cuts and scratches." Heinrich added saying that the dog was "doing absolutely amazing" after returning home. She said, "He is still a little bit stiff, but that is quickly fading and we are seeing him start to return to his regular playful self."