The moment firefighters breathe life into rescued puppy

Firefighters are used to applying respiratory aids to people, but what happens when the airways are on a snout not a nose?

Step in crews from Birmingham stations who were called to a flat fire in the city on Monday.

A family had escaped but 16-week-old black Labrador Buster needed saving.

He was brought round thanks to breathing masks for animals being rolled out across West Midlands Fire Service - which come in three different sizes.