Leon was hoping the video would seal the deal after the job interview, and he did land the job -- but he's also gotten so much more.
At first, the officers thought the building was cleared - but then they saw the father at the second-story window.
Olga had just covered her baby with a blanket when the attack came, sending a spray of glass shrapnel across the mother and baby.
The elderly man recovered from both his outing and his infection and is now back home - a fact that his family is very grateful for.
'The dog was tracked up the mountain, and finally located under a tree not moving,' the community animal response team said.
Even though the injured hiker was not North's owner, the big animal could clearly sense that he needed help.
The 2-year-old retriever had run off into a treacherous area, triggered the avalanche and then disappeared.
The infant was naked and still had an umbilical cord attached, but she was alive - likely thanks to the dog keeping her warm.
The damage to the car from the collision looks catastrophic - but someone was watching out for the people involved.
Despite the damage to the facility, all 74 residents survived, with only two sustaining minor cuts on their arms.
Last year, the couple was able to use their decorating efforts to raise $7,500 and collect over 1,500 pounds of food.
Police later said that, while the driver who hit the teen was determined to be at fault, no criminal charges were made.
Though the retirement is bittersweet, the department decided to send Houle out with his best four-legged partner, a K9 named Jax.
While the unnamed woman did complain of some head and rib pain, that was a far better outcome than anyone could have hoped for.
The man's severed leg was still next to him on the tracks, and he would have bled out in minutes if the officer hadn't applied a tourniquet.
'She doesn't remember anything, except for her daddy squeezing her so hard,' a family friend said.
The accident remains under investigation, and authorities have secured video of the incident from a car that was driving behind the bus.
Turns out, she didn't have the virus at all: She had Meningococcal Septicaemia, a serious blood infection that threatened her life and limb.
Police have identified a 36-year-old man with 'no family connection' that they believe to be involved, and he is being held for questioning.
Family quickly realized the clothes and diapers they'd prepared for Finnley's arrival simply would not do, and they had to buy larger sizes.