But that number is off − by a lot.
The 7-year-old Labrador has actually only saved just over 50 people since joining the Mexican navy, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Throughout her career, she has recovered 52 people, 12 of which were alive, in various natural disasters, including the earthquake that hit in Oaxaca, Mexico, a few weeks ago.
“When Frida’s story went viral this week, many people confused the exact details of her rescues, with some thinking that all 52 people were alive or that all 52 people were detected during the Mexico City earthquake,” the report read.
Although Frida hasn’t saved a few dozen people during the aftermath of the Mexico City earthquake, she’s probably just getting started.
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The Navy has dispatched 15 rescue dogs in an effort to find survivors and those who have died. About 270 people have been confirmed dead, and that number will likely rise as Frida and her crew continue their search.