Woman and her dog saved from drowning in an AMAZING rescue video from Louisiana flooding [fixed!]

This video is making the rounds, showing a woman and her dog being saved from certain drowning in the terrible flooding in Louisiana:

Here are more details about it:

There was almost a fourth victim, but three men in a boat stumbled on the woman’s nearly submerged convertible just in time, and struggled to pull her out as the car filled with water.

“Oh my God, I’m drowning, I’m drowning,” the woman said in a faint voice, as captured in a video given to CNN.

“We’re coming, we’re coming,” one of the men said. They tried to smash the passenger side window.

“Please help me,” the woman said.

One man asked for a knife to cut the soft top and hopped on the trunk of the car, which was still sticking in the air with the rest of the car nose-dived into water, quickly sinking.

As the underwater car started to float away under his weight, the man jumped into the water, frantically ripping at the soft top to no avail; then he reached in the car’s driver-side window, trying to reach the victim.

Just when it looked like she was lost, the woman stuck her arms out of the water toward him. He got a good hold and pulled her to safety.

She popped up through the water and announced they needed to rescue one more victim.

“Get my dog, get my dog,” she said, her frantic voice, choked with water. “Get my dog, now. I’ll go down.”

“I can’t get the dog,” he said, as he felt inside the submerged convertible.

He ducked under the water to reach into the car.

“Maybe she’s gone,” said one of the men in the boat.

“No — she better not be,” the woman said, her voice strained.

The rescuer reemerged and exhorted: “I got your dog.”

He held up the small, white, terrier-looking creature, turned to the victim and in a calmer, more exhausted but happy voice said: “Swim for the boat.”

Thank goodness those guys were around to save her! Unfortunately two other Lousianans have died from the flooding.

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