Cyprus Mail

Stray dog rescued

A stray dog was pulled out alive from a 10-metre well in a field in Emba, Paphos on Friday afternoon after a synchronised attempt from members of the police and the fire service.
According to police reports on Saturday, both the police and the fire service responded as soon as they received a call that a dog had fallen into the well.
The dog, which is round 1.5 years old, had no microchip and after its rescue a resident of the area took it in, until its owner is found.
Police said that even though the well was covered, a hole was created due to the bad weather through which the dog fell in.

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