Lakeside officers, animal control rescue dog from 123.7-degree car
LAKESIDE, Colo. -- Police came to the rescue of a dog trapped in hot car Tuesday, possibly saving its life. Temperatures neared 100 degrees in the Denver metro area Tuesday and the inside of the car reached a sweltering -- and deadly -- 123.7 degrees. "We're usually called two to three times a week for dog in a car," Lakeside police officer Dave Kornowski said.