Wichita Fire Department captain Michael Wells gets a kiss from Taz after the dog was rescued by firefighters. Taz disappeared during a storm on Thursday afternoon. After 2 1/2 half hours of searching and cutting through concrete, firefighters found the dog safe and sound. (April 12, 2012) <a href="http://www.kansas.com/2012/04/12/2293614/wichita-fire-crews-trying-to-rescue.html">Read the story here.</a>Read the story here." />
Wichita Fire Department captain Michael Wells gets a kiss from Taz after the dog was rescued by firefighters. Taz disappeared during a storm on Thursday afternoon. After 2 1/2 half hours of searching and cutting through concrete, firefighters found the dog safe and sound. (April 12, 2012) <a href="http://www.kansas.com/2012/04/12/2293614/wichita-fire-crews-trying-to-rescue.html">Read the story here.</a> The Wichita Eagle
Wichita Fire Department captain Michael Wells gets a kiss from Taz after the dog was rescued by firefighters. Taz disappeared during a storm on Thursday afternoon. After 2 1/2 half hours of searching and cutting through concrete, firefighters found the dog safe and sound. (April 12, 2012) <a href="http://www.kansas.com/2012/04/12/2293614/wichita-fire-crews-trying-to-rescue.html">Read the story here.</a> The Wichita Eagle

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