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Fire fighters rescue dog from 200m ravine (video)


Fire fighters rescued a dog that had fallen 200 metres into a ravine, with EMAK setting up a rescue operation.

According to fire service spokesman Andreas Kettis, it was a difficult and dangerous rescue.

“A difficult dog rescue was carried out yesterday by our members of the Paphos Fire Brigade and EMAK. A dog, accompanied by its owner, fell into a ravine about 200 meters deep in the area of the Community of Kathika, Paphos District,” he Tweeted on Sunday.

“He was rescued by our members with a coordinated operation and delivered unharmed to his owner,” Kettis continued.

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