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A Fla. deputy saved this adorable puppy during Hurricane Dorian

Deputy Josh Tolliver and Dorian, who was found in a partially flooded vehicle in Orange Co., Fla., during Hurricane Dorian. (Source: Orange Co. Sheriff's Office via Facebook)
Deputy Josh Tolliver and Dorian, who was found in a partially flooded vehicle in Orange Co., Fla., during Hurricane Dorian. (Source: Orange Co. Sheriff's Office via Facebook)(WIBW)
Published: Sep. 4, 2019 at 10:19 AM CDT
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A Florida deputy made what may be the cutest victim of Hurricane Dorian.

While on hurricane duty, Deputy Josh Tolliver and other deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle, the Orange Co. Sheriff’s Office explained. When they arrived, they found it unoccupied and partially flooded.

Tolliver went up to the vehicle to check it out and that’s when he saw her.

A big-eared, gray and tan puppy was in there, wet and scared, the Sheriff’s Office says. She was still in good health, though, and Tolliver got her out of the vehicle.

They added she will be turned over to Orange Co. Animal Services later Tuesday.

Naturally, they named her Dorian.

‪Meet Dorian! While working the #Hurricane, deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle, which was unoccupied and...

Posted by Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida on Wednesday, September 4, 2019

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