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DICKSON, Tenn. (WTVF) - Three workers at a local transfer station in Dickson are being hailed as heroes after saving a puppy that was thrown out in the trash.
Troy Holt has worked at the Dickson County Solid Waste center for 23 years. Most of his days are spent sitting in a front end loader, pushing trash around to dump into 18-wheelers so it can be hauled off.
On Friday, he was doing just that when over the incredibly loud piece of machinery he heard something crying.
"I heard something holler, I kept on and then I thought I heard something again and stopped and sure thing there was that puppy," Holt said.
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