Bodycam footage captures Houston police officer rescuing man, dogs from flood

HOUSTON – Body camera footage from the Houston Police Department shows the moments an officer saved a man and three dogs out of flood waters.

The rescue happened around noon on Saturday near where the San Jacinto River enters Lake Houston.

HPD Officer Scott heard a man yelling for help in a trailer park and responded in a jet ski, police said.

The footage shows Officer Scott rescuing the man and his dog from 8 to 10 feet of water, according to HPD.

The man mentions another dog that Officer Scott could save, and he goes underwater for the rescue.

Afterward, Officer Scott learns of a third dog in trouble in the flood. He also goes on to save that dog.

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