HPD officer rescues man and three dogs stuck in up to 10 feet of water | See bodycam video

The rescue took place near where the San Jacinto River goes into Lake Houston.

HOUSTON — For the last few days, we’ve heard of hundreds of rescues from the flooding around Southeast Texas and we’ve seen video of it happening. We’re seeing one of those rescues from a unique point of view.

On Saturday night, Houston police posted a video on X showing bodycam video of what HPD said was a rescue in eight to 10 feet of water.

It happened at a trailer park near where the San Jacinto River goes into Lake Houston. Officer H. Scott with the Houston Police Department’s Marine Division rescued a man and his three dogs who were trapped.

The video police posted showed the officer’s bodycam go under the floodwater and just above it as he carried one of those dogs to his watercraft.

Everyone was OK, according to HPD.

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