Recently, the people of San Antonio, Texas, were dealing with heavy rains that created dangerous, rushing waters. Reporters were on the scene, covering a dramatic rescue of a woman who had been swept away.
After firefighters and police brought the woman to safety, some reporters were finishing their stories when they noticed that the rushing waters had also swept away another victim -- a small dog who was struggling to get to dry land. Photojournalist Joe Herrera, along with reporters Sarah Duran and Alex Luna, ended up working with police to rescue the dog. Police lowered Alex near the edge of a lake with a rope, where he was able to grab the animal. The dog is now safe -- and dry -- at an animal shelter. And, the reporters got a bigger story than they bargained for.
Read More: San Antonio Express-News