A naughty dog who discovered himself stuck on a “really high” cliff edge in County Durham was saved by firemens.
Zack, the English springer spaniel, had actually ended up being stuck on a cliff’s edge at Gunners Bridge in Castle Eden Dene previously in the week. The pooch had no place to address the regional charm area and required immediate assistance.
Fortunately, County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service were on hand to assist. Peterlee Red Watch hurried to the scene and utilized a harness to bring Zack securely below the cliff edge and back with his relieved owners.
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A representative for the fire service stated: “Regrettably Zack had actually handled to get himself into a ‘woof’ circumstance and was stuck on a really high cliff edge at Gunners bridge in Castle Eden Dene. However fortunately our teams were rapidly on hand to conserve the day!”
Citizens hurried to applaud the teams with one stating: “Magic … saving 4 legs in addition to 2 legs,” while another stated: “All life deserves conserving” and a 3rd stated: “Well done to all included”.
The coastguard is likewise routinely called out to pet-related rescue operations. In 2015, staff member from Sunderland and Hartlepool Coastguard Rescue Groups saved Bella the dog after she got stuck midway down cliffs at Ryhope.
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