Three fifth- and sixth-grade students from Petushino School No. 2 carried out a rescue operation on their own to save a small Spitz dog from a puddle of fuel oil. A dog escaped from its owner and fell into a dangerous trap.
The boys noticed the helpless animal and decided to help. While they rescued the spitz, the schoolchildren themselves got soaked in the viscous tar, but they pulled the dog out, and then took it to the river to wash it. When the owner was found, the rescued Spitz was sent home, and the school thanked its students for their courage and concern.