Really, what has this site become? It seems like only yesterday that Dave was criticizing the public’s unending desire to be emotionally drawn in and entertained by animal rescues as opposed to having the same compassion for humans. Then, all of sudden STATter911.com becomes Animal Planet with various animal rescue videos. Now, another one.
The people who posted this video of a kitten being rescued from the walls of a home thank the captain, engineer and three firefighters from Station 171. They don’t indicate what jurisdiction, but that sure appears to be the patch of the Los Angeles County Fire Department on the uniform shirt of some of these firefighters. Fire Station 171 is one of the Inglewood stations.
And, as for our little sociology experiment we ran five-days-ago showing two videos, a blind dog rescued from a well and a mother and and two little kids from a river, we have some results. Looking at the stats it appears that the views coming from STATter911.com were about equal for both videos. But overall the human rescue had about twice as much traffic as the blind dog video. So much for my theories.
Also on STATter911 …
- Which rescue video will be more popular? The blind dog one from GA or the human one from PA? – August 19, 2012
- Early video: Los Angeles County FD at Cerritos house fire. – October 8, 2013
- Child rescued from inside wall. Apparently a fairly common problem in China. – August 30, 2012
- Story of mother rescuing babies from fire goes viral. Unfortunately all such stories aren’t created equal. – August 12, 2012
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