A sixteen-year-old guy was out on a trip to the mountains for food-gathering when he has a car accident. Joseph Phillips-Garcia from Kanaka Bar in British Columbia was with his cousins and aunt who directly died in the crash while Sako, his dog, and him got thrown down a 330-ft embankment.
Joseph lost his consciousness as he suffered a collar bone and a broken femur. Sako was worried about his owner's bleeding wounds and refused to leave his side. He also tried to keep him warm with his body. Joseph was dragged by Sako over the next two days to feed him water from a stream.
Actually, there was a big threat as they were behind the predatory wildlife. Joseph's blood was smelled by some coyotes, that were able to track him down. His loyal companion kept fighting the dangerous coyotes without any fear to protect his owner.
Sako and Joseph were located after three days by a rescue team that directly took them to the hospital. The dog was treated as he was deeply bit from the coyotes, and his owner underwent many surgeries for his wounds and injuries.
Unfortunately, Joseph was paralyzed because of his injuries. On the other hand, Sako has been hailed as a hero and he received a shining medal for that. What a loyal hero! Watch the video below.
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