A deputy in Colorado is being hailed a hero for taking prompt circulation to assign a dog from a car that turned into on fire. On Thursday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Put of job shared video of the Jan. 22 rescue after Deputy Michael Gregorek turned into responding to a call of a car on fire. When he bought to the scene, he seen a person attempting to get his dog out of an SUV. The deputy then lunged into the burning car and pulled Hank out. Hank thanked the deputy the most difficult formulation he knew how: by licking his hero’s face.