Hailey Brouillette, David Phung

David Phung, who rescued Hailey Brouillette and her dog Sassy from her sinking car in recent floodwaters, reunites with her for the first time in Denham Springs, La., Monday, Sept. 12, 2016. An Aug. 13 rescue video shot by WAFB-TV has millions of YouTube views. It shows floodwaters swallowing Brouillette's red convertible as Phung grabbed Brouillette by her arms as the car disappeared in the murky waters. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) ORG XMIT: LAGH203

Gerald Herbert

The Coast Guard is giving medals to four good Samaritans for rescuing a woman and her dog during historic flooding in Louisiana last summer, a dramatic scene captured on video.

David Phung will receive a Silver Lifesaving Medal during a ceremony Friday in Baton Rouge. Brandon Barrett, Jason Dixon and Robbie Reynold will get Meritorious Public Service medals.

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Phung jumped off a boat and ripped open the top of a convertible to rescue Hailey Brouillette as the car sank into the water on Aug. 16 — then dipped down to save her poodle mix, Sassy.

The men will be presented with their awards at 9 a.m. Friday at the Coast Guard Cutter White Alder Memorial in Baton Rouge. 

Video of the rescue, shot by WAFB-TV, has had millions of YouTube views.

Phung and Brouillette reunited several weeks after the rescue, with help from a Red Cross volunteer who befriended Brouillette at a shelter